Indigenous agroecological farming practices can teach us how farming can adapt but may not be enough to confront serious drought, writes Nathan Einbinder. Article first published in Wicked Leeks.
Our horticulture team at Schumacher College are taking part in trials through the South West Grain Network to find new strains of wheat that are grown more effectively in our climate. We catch up with Michael Cooper, one of our horticulture interns this year to find out more…
In response to the Government Food Strategy published today, we consider the lack of detail and focus on developing authentically regenerative practices, and the need for a thoughtful, holistic approach with more immediately tangible action points.
Sabina Santovetti, a recent graduate from our MA in Ecological Design Thinking, blogs about her recent community projects in Italy.
Our economics student, Kate Rudd, blogs about her research into deeply regenerative agriculture in an Italian ecovillage.