Tree Amble is a podcast which started in June 2023 celebrating the author (Pete Leeson)’s 30 years in conservation, featuring 30 interviews, each about an hour in length.
In this podcast, recorded as part of NOCC online in partnership with OF&G, ideas around land sharing and sparing are explored.
There is increasing recognition of the benefits of integrated agroecological farming systems but it can be hard to know where to start. In this podcast, Katie Bliss speaks to farmers David Rose and George Young who share their experiences of moving towards an agroecological approach.
David Rose, farmer and co-founder of Home Farm Ecocentre in Nottinghamshire talks about his silvoarable agroforestry system and research being carried out in one of a series of podcasts.
Family farm conflicts, benefits of compost teas, preventing disease in apple orchards, how community-owned farms can work - it's all here in this podcast from Farmerama...
Farmerama podcast that includes ADAS soil scientist Lizzie Sagoo talking about soil health and soil organic matter at the Agricology Field Day in January.
Farmerama podcast presenting some interesting reflections from ORFC 2018; including the benefits of making sainfoin an essential part of your ley farming system.
Jake Freestone talks about his experiences of growing oilseed rape with buckwheat and vetch and highlights benefits he has observed.
No-dig market garden expert Charles Dowding tells of his findings over the years, experimenting with digging and not digging his soils.
John Cherry talks about his experiences of converting to no-till and mob grazing - with regard to managing black-grass and renewed fertility in the soil.
Podcast looking at simple low-cost tools to support moving cattle in a mob-grazing system.
Some pointers on how you can use trees to improve your farm land and farm management.
Some insights into how you can prevent lameness and digital dermatitis from affecting your herd, and how it can be controlled.
Prevention is better than cure! This podcast provides some insights into helping you spot the first signs of lameness.
A podcast focusing on the role of nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria rhizobia in improving legume crop yields and specific research into lucerne.