Saturday 25th January, 10 to 4, location Trowbridge, venue TBC: Anniversary of the Wiltshire Climate Emergency declaration
Report from Liz Stephens containing information about a fully-funded PhD course and other news
At the beginning of January, two major annual farming conferences are held in Oxford.
Fruit and vegetables are an important part of a healthy dietary intake. How our plant-based foods are produced and where they come from are as important to consider as with any other food group and now is the time to plan your growing.
Join us for our next meeting
Informal Report From Full Council on Tuesday 26th November
Nature’s Dark Matter, Soil, Wildlife, Carbon Capture and Red Meat – the vital role of soil biology and problems with modern, specialised crop production for soils. Does eating red meat help or harm the environment? It depends on
Tree planting season is here. 5000 trees are being planted alongside Avoncliff Wood
Environmental Education in Local Schools – the kitchen garden at Christchurch will be used to teach working with nature to grow food sustainably
Read all about how to “Banish Plastic From Christmas”