Welcome to Agricology
Practical sustainable farming regardless of labels.
Recent Blog Posts
In this months Agricology mini vlog, Richard Smith, Farms Manager for Daylesford Organic, discusses ploughing up a red clover ley in preparation to sow a...blog
Community-supported farming, seed saving & 'the fight against blight'
Community-supported farming gives people the opportunity to define their own food and agriculture. The agroecology approach encourages using local resources effectively, recycling of nutrients and...blog
Seeds - our culture and our future
Cultivating diversity is one way for smaller organic growers, selling directly to the consumer, to differentiate themselves from the uniform offerings of the multiple retailers...blog
Enterprise Stacking & Agroforestry; Chickens, Orchards, Biomass & Market Gardens - Update
This vlog is the second in what will be a series of updates following a recent agroforestry project which used a Woodland Trust grant to...blog
Recent Sector News
Nenescape Offers Grants & Free Training Courses to FarmersFarming for the Future
We are working with farmers and landowners in the Nene Valley from Northampton to Peterborough to help restore and create meadow and wetland habitats as...
£3m support scheme launched to reduce air pollution from farmingCatchment Sensitive Farming
The Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) partnership has launched a new £3 million programme to reduce ammonia emissions from agriculture today (18 September, 2018). Farming is...
Good Food, Good Farming
Europes food and farming system is broken. Now, with the reform of the EU's agricultural policy under way, we have a real chance to make...
World Soils Day - Be the Solution to Soil PollutionUnited Nations
Soil is the upper layer of earth, a mixture of organic and inorganic matter, in which plants grow. It is a finite natural resource. On...