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Taken by Tim Scrivener. Stephen Briggs, Whitehall Farm, Cambs

'Next Steps with Regenerative Agriculture' - Stephen Briggs

Footage of agroforestry pioneer Stephen Briggs imparting some of his learnings from a now well-established commercial agroforestry system.

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Taken by Tim Scrivener. Stephen Briggs, Whitehall Farm, Cambs
Footage of agroforestry pioneer Stephen Briggs imparting some of his learnings from a now well-established commercial agroforestry system.
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Recording of an ORFC 2024 session where members of the Pasture for Life-led, five-year, Innovative Farmers field lab on bale grazing share their insights into their out-wintering strategies.
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Soil_hand
Session from 2024 Oxford Real Farming Conference featuring grower Iain Tolhurst (Tolly) and "biological nutrition" farmer Tim Parton discussing soil health at scale.
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Carbon Calling
Footage of Stuart Johnson, 2023 ‘Soil Farmer of the Year’ and dairy farmer Bruce Thompson speaking at Carbon Calling 2023 about farming regeneratively, reducing inputs, keeping the farm business profitable, and all things dung beetle related!
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MakingRegenAgPay
Video of Groundswell 2023 session organised by Agricology with experienced regenerative agriculture practitioners speaking on the challenges of making Regen Ag pay.
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Market_gardens_onthe_fringes
Video footage of a workshop held at Organic Matters 22 focusing on a project which aims to increase access to fresh fruit and veg across the UK by supporting local food systems and building connections between urban and rural areas.
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Sustaining our soils: Photo Phil Sumption
Recording of an Organic Growers Alliance's Organic Matters 22 conference session exploring stockfree organic standards and carbon sequestration, mobile green manures, Organic-PLUS trials on fertility-building inputs, grower experiences, and featuring discussions on research priorities.
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Chillies - Culinaris. Photo: Phil Sumption
Footage of a workshop session held at Organic Matters 2022 exploring vegetable landraces, diverse varieties, and the celebration and culture of seed.
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Yacon tubers. Photo credit: Phil Sumption
Recording of a workshop held at the Organic Growers Alliance (OGA)'s Organic Matters 2022 horticultural conference, focusing on perennial vegetables as crops that can potentially provide some solutions to the many environmental challenges growers are facing
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Photo: Andy Dibben. Agroforestry with understorey at Abbey Home Farm
Silvo-horticulture agroforestry has many benefits for market gardens, but needs careful planning for success. This workshop held at Organic Matters 2022 focused on how to make it work.
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Pasture-fed production: Photo Phil Sumption
The 'Sustainable Economic and Ecological Grazing Systems - Learning from Innovative Practitioners' (SEEGSLIP) project sought to evidence the practices of Pasture for Life (PFL) producers and farmer members using holistic, system-based approaches.
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Groundswell - End of N panel
Footage of a discussion held at Groundswell 2022, organised by Agricology, about the impacts of reduced nitrogen use and ways in which farmers are moving away from high input systems.
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Water Management workshop at Groundswell
Recording of a Groundswell 2022 discussion organised by Agricology exploring water resilience; why it's important to consider it on the farm, how it can be increased and how we can work together to create change and look after our water resources.
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Taken at Home Farm (and Farmeco Community Care Farm), Screveton, Nottinghamshire. Photo credit: Janie Caldbeck
Recording of a workshop hosted by the Organic Research Centre online that set out to explore how agroforestry could contribute towards the conservation and restoration of biodiversity, and the policy options that could support the realisation of these benefits.
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Woodchip close-up
Video footage of a session that formed part of the Organic Growers Alliance's Organic Matters conference held in October 2021. It focuses on improving soil health and reducing tillage using compost, manures and woodchip.
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Buds in agroforestry row
This film, created by the Soil Association through the FABulous Farmers project, explores some of the many benefits that can be experienced from different agroforestry systems.
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Crop mixtures
Footage of a discussion held as part of a 3-day intercropping conference that was a collaboration between DIVERSify and ReMIX projects and the Association of Applied Biologists.
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Clover living mulch and  barley. Jennifer Banfield-Zanin, STC CC BY-NC-ND
A panel of industry experts discuss solutions to the practical challenges in the growing, harvesting and processing of mixed crops.
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Chickens at Daylesford
Video and accompanying practice abstract produced as part of the EU Horizon 2020-funded project OK-Net Ecofeed which explore the benefits and practical considerations of feeding insects to laying hens.
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Intercropping machinery
Last in a series of mini-documentary films; this presents recommendations from the DIVERSify project and asks what have we learnt in DIVERSify that will help farmers and others make decisions about mixed cropping?
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Mixed peas and beans
Three mini-documentary films presenting findings from the DIVERSify project, focusing on impacts of crop diversification and challenges and ideas for growing crop mixtures as a way to increase resilience against climate change whilst increasing biodiversity and carbon sequestration.
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John Pawsey
John Pawsey gives some insights into the principles of how he achieves health on his mixed organic farm in East Anglia, following his participation in the Farm System Health Project.
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Farmer-led solutions to on farm plastic. Image credit: Innovative Farmers. All Rights Reserved
An Innovative Farmers video featuring a grower taking part in an Innovative Farmers field lab that is exploring alternatives to using plastic mulches.
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Mixed crops in a polytunnel
Footage recorded at ORFC 2020 of a workshop organised by the OGA and Agricology. Rosemary Collier of Warwick Crop Centre talks about some of the implications for horticulture of the UK getting warmer and wetter.
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