How urban farming is helping to make food more sustainable – Guest post by Daniel Slater

When we think of farming we imagine rural landscapes with huge fields extending as far as the eye can see. For the most part that's true, but it's not the only way: urban farming in and around cities is on the rise. What is urban farming? Urban farming is an umbrella term that covers all … Continue reading How urban farming is helping to make food more sustainable – Guest post by Daniel Slater

Strawberry Daiquiri – Tiffany Francis

Here is the latest seasonal recipe from resident recipe writer Tiffany Francis. You can check out her other recipes here. ................................................................................... Hawthorn blossom, bouncing lambs, supper in the garden. There’s nothing like late spring to bring out the vibrancy of the countryside and make us forget winter ever existed. This fresh strawberry daiquiri is a … Continue reading Strawberry Daiquiri – Tiffany Francis

Official Launch of Eat Farm Now!

Today is the official launch day of Eat Farm Now, an exciting new digital platform for all things food and farming. I'm proud to be contributing to the site alongside numerous other driven and talented individuals involved in the food and farming communications world. In short the site compiles the very best of podcasts, blog … Continue reading Official Launch of Eat Farm Now!

Creamy Cashew, Rhubarb & Ginger Pots – Tiffany Francis

It's a pleasure as always to publish Tiffany's latest seasonal recipe. Enjoy it! ............................................................... Rhubarb is one of my favourite summer vegetables so I couldn’t resist sharing this ridiculously easy recipe now the sun is starting to shine and the mornings are full of birdsong. The beauty of the rhubarb season is that it’s divided … Continue reading Creamy Cashew, Rhubarb & Ginger Pots – Tiffany Francis

Sustainable Gardening: A Beginners Guide to Eco-Friendly Gardening – Guest Post by Bob Gorman

Growing plants in your garden is a great way to increase your positive environmental impact, but there are pitfalls to be wary of if you’re chasing good karma. Small, yet important things such as the types of plants you choose and the materials you use on your garden can make a big difference to the … Continue reading Sustainable Gardening: A Beginners Guide to Eco-Friendly Gardening – Guest Post by Bob Gorman