Guest Posts

If you are interested in writing a guest post for thinkingcountry please drop me an email. I welcome contributions from anyone with an interest in the broad themes of conservation, the environment, food and farming, environmental history or resilient communities. I would be particularly interested in hearing from you if you would like to write about the connections between conservation and farming or a place or community that is special to you. Thinkingcountry is intended to be an open platform for anyone with an interest in food, farming, the countryside, the environment and conservation to air their views.

If you would like me to write a guest post on your own blog please do not hesitate to get in touch. I am generally always willing to put pen to paper and can fit most briefs if requested!

Recent Guest Blog Posts

Jerome Fielder, Mental Health Campaigner – Education on Mental Health is Ennetial when one farmer takes his own life each week

John Stuart, Content Marketer, TuskphotoEcotourism: is it helping?

Emily Folk, Freelance Conservation Writer – How would Agriculture in the UK Change in Lynx were introduced?

Peter Cairns and Neil McIntyre, Scotland: The Big Picture – The Red Squirrel: A Future in the Forest

Carl Safina, Author and Research Professor at Stony Brook University – An Excerpt from Beyond Words

Marvin Delany, farmingstyle.com – Bee biodiversity for better human well-being

Jess Mead, Project Coordinator, National Marine Aquarium – Dive in to Marine Protected Areas (marine series)

Dan Rouse, Nature Writer – Pembrokeshire’s Marine Wildlife (marine series)

Sarah Allison, Living Seas Coordinator, Essex Wildlife Trust – How conservationists and fishermen can work together to save species (marine series)

Sandra Bell, Friends of the Earth – Wheat farming – neonic seeds are bad news for the birds and the bees

Miles King, CEO, People Need Nature Brexit: An Opportunity to change how we support food, farming and nature

Tony Powell, Naturestimeline – Maintaining Diversity in the Countryside

Robert Seago, Reserve Warden, EssexThe Future of the UK in the World: A Personal View

Joe Baldwin, Creative Writer Alternative Ways to Preserve Your Food

Notes for Guest Blog Contributors

There is no set word limit for guest post contributions although I find that posts of between 500 and 600 words work best. If you would like to offer a longer, more detailed article just let me know. Please send your contribution to me as a .doc or .docx attachment and send me any high resolution images you wish to use (along with a note on who to credit) separately. Please also include a brief biography of yourself that can be published alongside the guest post. Thank you very much for writing for thinkingcountry!

 

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