As we begin the new year in earnest, I wanted to briefly reflect on our most read stories of 2020. It’s fair to say it wasn’t a vintage year, and most of us would probably prefer to erase it from our memory.
However, miraculously we did manage to post some great farming and food stories. So in case you missed them first time round, here are our top 10 most read stories of 2020. Enjoy!
I visited the inspirational team at Plaw Hatch back in March to learn more about their thriving Biodynamic community farm and shop located on the edge of the Ashdown Forest.
Back in the autumn of 2018 I joined a delegation of journalists in Lucerne, Switzerland for a three day tour of Swiss farmers and cheese makers, coinciding with the annual cow parade.
I caught up with Jo Thompson to chat about her growing Farm Locations agency.
An introduction to a new series based on our self build journey at Modern Barn Farm
The second in my series charting the journey from complete self build novices to modern farm house self builders.
The first in a series charting our journey to becoming farm hosts on Airbnb at Modern Barn Farm
The second in our series sharing more details of our plans as we get our shepherd’s hut ready to host our first guests.
I was lucky enough to be invited to River Cottage back in 2019 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Muck Boot, learning how to cook over fire in the process.
An in-depth Q&A with the founders of Pevensey Cheese Company, an exciting cheese making venture in East Sussex.
I reviewed a wonderful cook book celebrating British farmers and food makers across the UK.