Mike Hannis considers another ill-advised privatisation.
Peter Dudley explains the long and frugal tradition of rough grazing and transhumance in Cornwall.
Large scale farming is so inefficient and destructive that it makes robots seem like a good idea. Simon Fairlie investigates.
Bruce Lankford explores what happens to water ‘saved’ by changes in irrigation practices.
Gill Barron muses on the predicament of those who must live by the river.
Ed Hamer discovers how the proposed EU Seed Law threatens to undermine the livelihoods of small growers and businesses.
How can permaculture be squared with traditional farming systems? Federico Filippi is working on it.
Chris Smaje digs deep.
Mike Hannis wonders what "no net loss of biodiversity" really means.