Soy No More: Breaking the UK's dependence on imported soy

Soy No More: Breaking the UK's dependence on imported soy

by Josiah Meldrum July 19, 2023

At the same time as forming a trading relationship with the Kayapo, helping them protect the forest by buying Brazil nuts, we've been working with Sustain, Feedback, the LWA and Pasture for Life, to produce a report, Soy No More: Breaking away from soy in UK pig and poultry farming. Soy No More offers three scenarios that would see UK farming significantly reduce its reliance on imported soy and consequently relieve pressure on threatened tropical forests.

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In Memoriam Colin Leakey, 1933-2018 - a True Bean Pioneer

In Memoriam Colin Leakey, 1933-2018 - a True Bean Pioneer

by Nick Saltmarsh February 19, 2018 2 Comments

Professor Colin Leakey was a true pioneer of beans and other food crops. This article, The Nine Lives of Colin Leakey, was first published in Pulse magazine in 2017 and surveys the many aspects of his extraordinary life.

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Martin Wolfe's Pursuit of Diversity in Farming

Martin Wolfe's Pursuit of Diversity in Farming

by Nick Saltmarsh January 14, 2018 1 Comment

It's wonderful to see Professor Martin Wolfe's pioneering work on agroforestry reported in the The Guardian & reaching a wider audience. Martin is a long-time friend and mentor to Hodmedod, and grows naked barley, lentils, wheat and more for us. His whole farm system approach and drive for diversity at every level are an inspiration to us

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