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Landed Part 4: Places of Possibilities

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So if, as it turns out, the family farm is a colonial concept, what are the alternatives? And if we’re to address the tangled mess of challenges we’re faced with…

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Landed Part 3: Colonial Connections

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  In Part 2, farmer’s son Col Gordon explored the ways in which the colonisation of Highland Scotland destroyed a rich pre-colonial culture and relationship to the land. But in…

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Landed Part 2: Re-storying the Landscape

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Over the last 250 years, Gaelic culture in the Highlands of Scotland has experienced what academic Iain MacKinnon refers to as “cultural devastation”. For farmer’s son, Col Gordon, the forced…

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Landed Part 1: The Family Farm

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“What if we’ve been getting this wrong?” Col Gordon is a farmer’s son from the Scottish Highlands. After a decade away, he’s finally returned to the place that he loves:…

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#66: Ecosystem Agriculture, The Probiotic Turn and Regenerative Flower Growing

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Liv Wilson of Wetherly / SSAW Collective. Image Source: Instagram (@_wetherly_) This month we begin by hearing from the ever-inspiring Mimi Casteel – farmer, ecologist, and wine maker. Mimi shares…

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#65: Community farm investment, Naked oat mylk and Palestinian fair trade

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Kindling Farm. Image from @kindlingtrust This month we start with a fond farewell to internationally renowned water specialist Professor Tony Allan, most noted for his pioneering work on the concept…

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#64: Dung beetles, herbal medicine, hydrology and soil carbon

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Rasheeqa Ahmad | Image from Hedge Herbs This month, we begin by hearing from Sally-Ann Spence, an entomologist in Wiltshire, who is passionate about preserving dung beetles as a keystone…

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#63: Indian farmers’ protests, the Forever Flock and Biopriming

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  This month, we start with speaking to  Dr Vandana Shiva. Vandana is an Indian scholar who set up the Navdanya Farm that works with hundreds of thousands of farmers…

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Farmerama’s Position on the Deregulation of Gene Editing in the UK

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Now that the UK has left the EU, many European laws and regulations—including those dealing with gene editing and genetic modification—can be revisited. The Department of the Environment, Farming and…

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#62: ORFC Global 2021

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This month we invite you to join us as we take a dip into some of the key sessions at the recent Global Oxford Real Farming Conference, where Farmerama were…

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