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Practical sustainable farming regardless of labels.
Recent Blog Posts
Understanding farmer and soil microbial interactions - farmer input needed!
Mary Eliza, a PhD student at the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, is looking for farmers to fill out a survey...blog
Calling arable farmers!
A joint industry and Research Council funded project looking at how to reintegrate sheep into arable systems for the improvement of soil quality is seeking...blog
Call out to farmers to take part in a survey about IPM and what it means to you!
Increasingly, farmers and other land managers are looking for ways to reduce their reliance on pesticides. This is due to a number of reasons including...blog
A researcher's reflections on EURAF 2021 - the fifth European agroforestry conference
The fifth cross-European conference on agroforestry, EURAF 2021, was recently held online and attended by several members of the ORC. This conference was delayed in...blog
Recent Sector News
Take part in our environmental terms surveyThe Prince's Countryside Fund
The way UK farmers manage their businesses is changing and factoring the environment into business planning will become a priority. The Prince’s Countryside Fund, partnering...
Head of Training and Partnerships - The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Allerton ProjectGame & Wildlife Conservation Trust
An exciting opportunity for a focused Team Leader, to head up our Training and Partnership team at the Allerton Project in Loddington, Leicestershire . The...
Northern Real Farming Conference: register your networkNorthern Real Farming Conference
The Northern Real Farming Conference brings farmers together to share challenges and opportunities. It is a unique opportunity to meet the people putting new models...
Revealing the impact of 70 years of pesticide use on European soilsDIVERFARMING
Agricultural soils under conventional farming practices contain up to 10 times higher pesticide levels than soils under organic management, according to a study across Europe...