14 April 2022
System turns food that would previously have been wasted into pellets for poultry via black soldier flies
18 March 2022
See how University of Cambridge scientists have reimagined the global agricultural map.
24 February 2022
Whole-system approaches to tackle threats posed by climate change will be explored.
30 January 2022
John Stimpson, 80, has completed a challenge set for him by naturalist and TV presenter Chris Packham.
27 January 2022
Defra has granted emergency authorisation of the previously banned neonicotinoid thiamethoxam.
31 December 2021
Volunteers are needed to help plant the trees throughout the winter at Coton Countryside Reserve and Wandlebury Country Park.
18 November 2021
Jonathan Willis had to be extricated from the metre-long tine while conscious.
05 November 2021
Full details on upcoming event’s agenda including REAP showcase on Wednesday
23 October 2021
Agroecology model founder is thanked for delivering vital food to local hubs
18 August 2021
Combined Authority head praises new polytunnels, solar farm, glasshouse, heat pump and upgraded water facilities
07 July 2021
Recognition by Sustainable Food Places
20 June 2021
90kg of fruit and vegetables heading for Cambridge Sustainable Food hub
01 June 2021
Caroline Fitton explains the work being done to protect the precious peatlands.
17 May 2021
Microbiome focus addresses key challenges including soil, food and health
15 April 2021
Chesterton-based Gutter & Stars begins musical grape journey with ‘I Wanna Be Adored’
25 March 2021
Foundation celebrates as first orchard trees planted
15 March 2021
Cambridge company’s natural replacement made entirely from plant fibre
22 January 2021
Three hare coursers who caused hundreds of pounds of damage to a farmer’s crops have been hit with more than £1000 in total fines.
14 January 2021
Daniel Zeichner and Wildlife Trusts condemn partial reversal of ban to fight virus affecting sugar beet.
09 January 2021
Cambridge-based community farming model demonstrates value of organic food that’s accessible to ordinary people