• Celebrating 20 years of Rhug Estate!

    Rhug Estate is celebrating its 20th anniversary of farming organically this month. Lord Newborough and his team successfully transformed the farm from being a low input / low output traditional beef and sheep farm in 2000, to the successful, organic, farming business it is today.

  • Food for Thought - Celebrating the Joy of Eating Well

    Phil Haughton, founder of award-winning organic retailer Better Food, opens up about the importance of food, family and community in an uplifting and thought-provoking book - Food For Thought.

  • Yeo Valley - Putting Nature First

    Yeo Valley Organic is Britain’s largest organic dairy brand and this Organic September it has put the word ‘organic’ back in the centre of its iconic logo heart, along with their new campaign to Put Nature First. In this article by Tim Mead, dairy farmer and owner of Yeo Valley, explains why now is the time for organic, and how ‘regenerative organic agriculture’ should lead the debate in trying to help reverse climate change.

  • Organic and the Climate Crisis with Jen Gale

    In this two-part episode, Jen talks to Anna de la Vega from The Urban Worm about the role organic systems can play in the climate crisis and then to Tim Mead from Yeo Valley organic and regenerative agriculture works on their farm.

  • Go organic, and then a step further!

    Biona and Pip Organic - two organic brands who are looking to the future and taking an extra step to make a better world for the next generation.

  • Daylesford's Future of Food Series

    For this year's Organic September, Daylesford are running a ‘Future of Food’ series where they have been bringing insightful interviews with thought leaders in the food, ecology and agriculture industries.

  • Organic 101

    In the second episode of our mini series of podcasts with Jen Gale, aka Sustainable(ish), Jen is joined by Lee Holdstock from The Soil Association, Harriet O'Regan from Organic UK, and Guy Singh-Watson from Riverford to discuss all things organic.

  • 5 ways to encourage wildlife into your organic garden

    Some of the most productive gardens I know are without structure, form or order. They are the ones with lots of different plants dotted, sometimes randomly, throughout. Perhaps with a smattering of weeds or a pile of logs.

  • The beginner’s guide to organic growing

    You don’t need to be an expert farmer, or even a green-fingered gardener to grow some delicious organic produce at home. You don’t even need a garden! Expert organic kitchen gardener, Will Livingstone, shows us how to get started.

  • 3 easy organic veggies to grow in September

    September is the best month for organic vegetable growers. Too often thought of as the end of the growing season, September is in fact a great time to get planting a few of your own crops for the kitchen.

  • Organic gardening: making compost at home

    We all produce food waste in one form or another so why not transform it into something you can use to benefit your garden? Expert organic kitchen gardener, Will Livingstone, shows us how to get making compost at home.

  • Organic gardening: keeping pests at bay

    Having a thriving organic garden is as much about the wildlife as it is about the plants. Don’t let pests get you down, just remember that all creatures have a place in organic gardening, so while they might sometimes be a nuisance, all organisms play a vital part in the overall health of the environment.

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