Local and international ‘Covid-eos’ helping rural young people connect amid Covid-19

Spanning topics from social isolation to the effect on farming enterprises, the Rural Youth Project has launched a new video diary series – “Country Covid-eos” – to connect rural young people during quarantine. With a new ‘Covid-eo’ launched each Monday, the series will see young people from Scotland, England, and further afield such as Australia, … Continue reading Local and international ‘Covid-eos’ helping rural young people connect amid Covid-19

‘Meet the Farmers’ – ep.68 Lockdown Continues

Latest episode of the Meet the Farmers podcast featuring Suffolk farm manager Matthew Hawthorne as well as updates about latest farming news and new features. The podcast is now weekly and new episodes are available every Monday morning from 9am. You can subscribe to the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Soundcloud and other … Continue reading ‘Meet the Farmers’ – ep.68 Lockdown Continues

Guest Post – ‘Choosing the Right Power Saw for the Right Job’ – by Brandon Smith

Google “types of saws” and you’ll be peppered with more saws than you could ever hope to have in your personal shop.  This is because for many very specific jobs a saw has been created that perfects that singular task so if you’re doing a project, it may help to go out and add a … Continue reading Guest Post – ‘Choosing the Right Power Saw for the Right Job’ – by Brandon Smith

Book Review – ‘The Birds They Sang’ by Stanislaw Lubienski

I don't normally dive straight in with a book review suggesting that you buy a copy and read the book in question, but this is one of those occasions. Stanislaw Lubienski has written one of those rare books that feels like it will be a future classic. I am fairly inexperienced when it comes to … Continue reading Book Review – ‘The Birds They Sang’ by Stanislaw Lubienski