In this short article, Pasture for Life explore some of the common concerns raised around global warming and the rearing of livestock, such as Methane Emissions and Green House Gasses. Using some of the latest research, Pasture for Life explain how pasture-fed livestock can be a part of the...Read More: Pasture for Life: A solution to global warming
‘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
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
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?
In August this year, Stream Farm featured as a case study in a report from the Campaign to Protect Rural England, looking at the importance of diversity in farming. You can read the case study here, or access the whole report via the link below. Uncertain Harvest- Does the...Read More: Does the loss of farms matter?
You may have heard that the National Open Farm Sunday is being held on 7th June 2015. Why are we not opening the farm as part of that initiative? The answer is that it is sponsored by many large companies that, we believe, are devastating the countryside and are ruining...Read More: National Open Farm Sunday