#22 Beauty, land, rewilding, upland sheep farming, spiritual ecology – how farming fits into the future of a Britain built on beauty

#22 Beauty, land, rewilding, upland sheep farming, spiritual ecology – how farming fits into the future of a Britain built on beauty 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month’s episode is a little different to usual as we weave in and out of a conversation we had with Dame Fiona Reynolds, former Director-General of the National Trust.…

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#21 Care farming around the world, cover crop porridge, small farmers activism, purple corn and Pasture for Life Poetry

#21 Care farming around the world, cover crop porridge, small farmers activism, purple corn and Pasture for Life Poetry 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month we hear from Robin Asquith, Yorkshire-based Care Farm Manager at Camphill Village Trust, about an amazing variety of Care Farming projects he visited around the world as part…

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#20 Halal & Tayyib meat, Open Food Network UK, tips for growing veg in harsh conditions & crafting human-scale CSA tools

#20 Halal & Tayyib meat, Open Food Network UK, tips for growing veg in harsh conditions & crafting human-scale CSA tools 150 150 Farmerama Radio

This month we celebrate the dawn of Spring as we bring you stories from many different communities across the UK: Muhsen Hassanin of Abraham Organics, a specialist Halal and Tayib…

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#19 Traditional methods & new tools, future growers, rewilding and Cambodian learnings

#19 Traditional methods & new tools, future growers, rewilding and Cambodian learnings 150 150 Farmerama Radio

As Spring draws nearer we bring you Joel Salatin talking traditional methods and modern tools. Joel calls this new-fashioned farming, where systems such as cow-feed lots and high chemical input…

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#18 Thoughts from the ORFC, productivity of small-scale farmers, street play and diversity in storytelling, forest fires in Chile, soil life and no-dig insights.

#18 Thoughts from the ORFC, productivity of small-scale farmers, street play and diversity in storytelling, forest fires in Chile, soil life and no-dig insights. 150 150 Farmerama Radio

For much of the farming community in the northern hemisphere, January is time to engage in conversation and share ideas and so we headed to the 8th Annual Oxford Real…

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Young Farmers Meeting – ORFC & OFC

Young Farmers Meeting – ORFC & OFC 150 150 Farmerama Radio

  Invitation to an event: Wednesday 4th Jan 16:15 – 17:45 we are co-hosting a small informal meeting for young farmers during the ORFC and OFC at St Aldates Tavern, 108…

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#17 A zero-waste food system, pigness of pigs and sustainable woodlands

#17 A zero-waste food system, pigness of pigs and sustainable woodlands 150 150 Farmerama Radio

#17 In the depths of the long dark nights we wanted to do something a little different, so we headed to Silo in Brighton to record with special co-host, eco-chef…

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#16 Agroforestry, small data, food sovereignty and people’s food policies

#16 Agroforestry, small data, food sovereignty and people’s food policies 150 150 Farmerama Radio

#16 Farmerama have learnt that farming’s best economic models mimic nature’s clever ways and make many things from the same piece of land. Farmer Stephen Briggs tells us about one…

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#15 Dairy farming tips, transparent pricing, cheap soil testing, Wwoofing and a roundup from the first Scottish Farmhack

#15 Dairy farming tips, transparent pricing, cheap soil testing, Wwoofing and a roundup from the first Scottish Farmhack 150 150 Farmerama Radio

#15 After last month’s words from farmers around the world at the Slow Food Terra Madre, we are now back on British soil with stories from Perthshire to Devon. We…

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#14 Voices from around the world, storytelling fishers, an open-source tractor, holistic management, multiple suckling calves & eco-gastronomy

#14 Voices from around the world, storytelling fishers, an open-source tractor, holistic management, multiple suckling calves & eco-gastronomy 150 150 Farmerama Radio

#14 We recorded Farmerama ‘live’ from Turin, Italy this month where thousands of small-scale farmers, shepherds, fishers, chefs and people committed to more resilient food systems from over 100 hundred…

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