Accessing land is one of the greatest barriers for people wanting to work in agriculture – so we’ve created a programme that can try and help change that.
Regenerative Food, Farming and Enterprise
Teaching on the BSc Regenerative Food & Farming, Schumacher College’s first ever undergraduate degree, whcih began this week.
We are delighted to announce a new scholarship for our MSc Regenerative Food, Farming & Enterprise to support an international student starting in January 2023 with £5,000 towards their tuition fees. The subject-specific scholarship, made available thanks to generous private donations, will increase the accessibility of the course to one student outside the UK, and adds to a long tradition at Dartington of supporting cross-cultural learning.
We’re delighted to announce that Simon Platten will be joining our faculty as senior lecturer to lead our BSc Regenerative Food and Farming.
A new project to open up more land on the Dartington estate to support and encourage regenerative agricultural innovation.
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.
Catch up with the programme lead for our MSc Regenerative Food, Farming & Enterprise after his recent agroecology research trip to the Maya Achi territory.
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.
Dr Nathan Einbinder blogs about the current food price rise and argues that this moment of crisis can and must be a catalyst for real change in the farming sector.
A short story about Dartington’s pollinator meadow.