Farmerama-ers… this episode we are brimming with innovations and new perspectives from all over the world. We enjoy crowd farming oranges in Valencia with naranjasdelcarmen.com, We Farm‘s farmer-to-farmer knowledge sharing in Kenya and Peru and the community fuel of The Food Assembly around the country – all part of a panel discussion we chaired at the ReWork Future of Food Summit. Ben Raskin is back as he chats to Alan Schofield of Organic Growers Alliance about an organic perspective on hydroponics, can soil-less growing be organic? Abby gets the low-down on a super salad tool from Pete at Sandhill Farms Mountain Garlic in Utah, and we learn how to eat our way to a stable climate by becoming climavores: landscape-based eating as proposed by design studio Cooking Sections.
Senior Sussex Wildlife Ecologist Graeme Lyons