‘Almost everyone these days has been educated that carbon emissions from industrialized beef production are a startlingly large contributor to man-made climate change…Luckily for meat-eaters, scientists at Quantis, one of the world’s most respected environmental research and design firms, were not convinced that was the full story.’ Read more...Read More: Study: White Oak Pastures Beef Reduces Atmospheric Carbon
As a follow-on from BBC Countryfile, Stream Farm was featured in the Bridgwater Mercury. You can pick up a copy in most local outlets this week, or read the online article here.Read More: Bridgwater Mercury
March 26, 2019 According to an article in Fast Company last week, Impossible Foods has had a price breakthrough for its fake meat by switching from wheat to soybeans. Soybeans, of course, are much higher in protein than wheat so in making fake meat for the Impossible Burger it stands to...Read More: Impossible Foods, Impossible Truth – Joel Salatin
If you missed Stream Farm on Countryfile on Sunday 10th March, you can re-watch it on Sunday 17th at 9am, or on BBC iplayer here. We had a fantastic day with Matt Baker and the film crew, and felt they did a really good job at showing what we...Read More: Watch Stream Farm on BBC Countryfile
In this interview with originally published by Borough Market, Ellie Costigan asks Patrick Holden why our food system needs to change if irreversible climate change, a biodiversity catastrophe and the breakdown of civil society are to be avoided. Read the full interview here.Read More: Patrick Holden: Why our food system needs to change
Read more about this year’s Oxford Real Farming Conference where Stream Farm get’s a mention!Read More: Real farming…and real commitments?
Steph Wetherell writes on the Stream Farm share-farming model for the Sustainable Food Trust. There are a multitude of barriers facing new entrants to farming, but a lack of relevant and appropriate training– relating to both practical farming skills and business knowledge — and access to land are top of the list....Read More: Stream Farm – A Model for New Entrants
In July we were visited by Rob and Tracey to record an episode for their podcast Bet the Farm. Listen to their episode on Stream Farm here.Read More: A visit from Israel – Bet the Farm podcast
There is a crisis in the countryside – and a massive decline in insect numbers could have significant consequences for the environment… The Guardian, 17th June 2018.Read More: Where have all our insects gone?