You may have noticed we haven’t mentioned our 2019 open day. For a number of reasons we have decided to move it for this year to the Autumn, so there will be no open day in June. More details will be up on our news page as soon as...Read More: Stream Farm Open Day 2019
Washington State University (WSU) researchers have found a variety of diseases and other health problems in the second- and third-generation offspring of rats exposed to glyphosate, the world’s most used weed killer. Read more from Sustainable Pulse here.Read More: Glyphosate Causes Serious Multi-Generational Health Damage to Rats
True cost accounting in food and agriculture takes into account the external costs of cheap food production – the environmental and social costs paid for by future generations, and the production costs hidden by heavy subsidies and taxes. The below articles by the Sustainable Food Trust argue that we should pay more...Read More: The True Cost of Food
‘The latest paper in CPRE’s Farming Foresight looks at the data on farm numbers and sizes and raises questions about the loss of farms and their diversity. The report argues that farm size diversity is a crucial consideration as we move towards Brexit’, and features a case study on...Read More: Uncertain harvest: does the loss of farms matter?
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?
The younger generation are positively redefining the way we see ourselves in relation to food and the environment.Read More: Patrick Holden: Is eating no meat actually doing more harm than good?
In this article, Paul Kingsnorth argues that 'progressive' green thinkers have been seduced by the EU, and bypassed a modern-day Peasants' Revolt.Read More: Resurgence and Ecologist: Small is still beautiful
Listen to James’ interview with Caz Graham on BBC Radio 4, learning about Stream Farm and the share-farming model.Read More: BBC Radio 4: Getting a start in farming