As part of our continuing efforts to diversify access to training in horticulture, this new fully-funded scholarship is open to successful applicants who identify as having an ethnic minority background and who would be unable to otherwise afford the tuition fees.
News & blogs: Schumacher College
Is the Apricot Centre at Dartington the perfect farm? As well producing good food ecologically, they run community wellbeing projects, hold accessible courses and teach young people regenerative farming techniques.
The shroud of scaffolding which has covered the Old Postern at Dartington for nearly two years, is soon to be removed as work on the roof nears completion.
Find out why we’re returning to the almost lost art of coppicing and the ecological and agricultural benefits of reviving this ancient practice.
How to hold your own apple wassail and details on the local tradition that continues among growers and farmers at Dartington and across South Devon.
Last week the ORFC brought together thousands to discuss ecological approaches to farming and food production, including many of us at Schumacher College.
Find out from our Head Gardener, Colum Pawson, how he goes about planning what to grow next season and where.
An interview with Satish Kumar who focuses on the importance of information, education, and ecological activism: “We need to build a culture of regeneration”. By Manlio Masucci, Navdanya International.
A new scheme which will support up to 25 full-time students from England with a bursary of £3,250 to fund their studies during the 2022-23 academic year.
Our regenerative food and farming lead, Dr Nathan Einbinder explores the meaning of the term regenerative, the possible pitfalls and missuses. He goes on to offer his own definition and to outline the transformative framework that needs to underpin it if we are to tackle environmental and social crises.