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Better Origin raises $16m for X1 insect mini-farm to transform the food sector

Better Origin raises $16m for X1 insect mini-farm to transform the food sector

Better Origin raises $16m for X1 insect mini-farm to transform the food sector

14 April 2022

System turns food that would previously have been wasted into pellets for poultry via black soldier flies


Relocating croplands would ‘slash CO2 emissions, eliminate irrigation and save species from extinction’

Relocating croplands would ‘slash CO2 emissions, eliminate irrigation and save species from extinction’

Relocating croplands would ‘slash CO2 emissions, eliminate irrigation and save species from extinction’

18 March 2022

See how University of Cambridge scientists have reimagined the global agricultural map.

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University of Cambridge leads £10m project on eco-friendly Fens farming and protection of Cairngorms and Lake District

University of Cambridge leads £10m project on eco-friendly Fens farming and protection of Cairngorms and Lake District

University of Cambridge leads £10m project on eco-friendly Fens farming and protection of Cairngorms and Lake District

24 February 2022

Whole-system approaches to tackle threats posed by climate change will be explored.


Cambridgeshire man makes 30,000 swift boxes

Cambridgeshire man makes 30,000 swift boxes

Cambridgeshire man makes 30,000 swift boxes

30 January 2022

John Stimpson, 80, has completed a challenge set for him by naturalist and TV presenter Chris Packham.

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Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner condemns government for approving use of bee-killing pesticide against expert advice

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner condemns government for approving use of bee-killing pesticide against expert advice

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner condemns government for approving use of bee-killing pesticide against expert advice

27 January 2022

Defra has granted emergency authorisation of the previously banned neonicotinoid thiamethoxam.

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Cambridge Past, Present & Future to plant 4,000 trees

Cambridge Past, Present & Future to plant 4,000 trees

Cambridge Past, Present & Future to plant 4,000 trees

31 December 2021

Volunteers are needed to help plant the trees throughout the winter at Coton Countryside Reserve and Wandlebury Country Park.


Watch the moment farmer is impaled on forklift truck spike - and hear about the extraordinary work of emergency services and Addenbrooke’s surgeons to save his life

Watch the moment farmer is impaled on forklift truck spike - and hear about the extraordinary work of emergency services and Addenbrooke’s surgeons to save his life

Watch the moment farmer is impaled on forklift truck spike - and hear about the extraordinary work of emergency services and Addenbrooke’s surgeons to save his life

18 November 2021

Jonathan Willis had to be extricated from the metre-long tine while conscious.


COP26 agenda on agriculture ‘disappointing’, says Agri-TechE ahead of annual conference

COP26 agenda on agriculture ‘disappointing’, says Agri-TechE ahead of annual conference

COP26 agenda on agriculture ‘disappointing’, says Agri-TechE ahead of annual conference

05 November 2021

Full details on upcoming event’s agenda including REAP showcase on Wednesday


Gavin’s Points of Light award for CoFarm’s Cambridge community success

Gavin’s Points of Light award for CoFarm’s Cambridge community success

Gavin’s Points of Light award for CoFarm’s Cambridge community success

23 October 2021

Agroecology model founder is thanked for delivering vital food to local hubs


Business Board chair visits new £1.25m agritech hub in Soham

Business Board chair visits new £1.25m agritech hub in Soham

Business Board chair visits new £1.25m agritech hub in Soham

18 August 2021

Combined Authority head praises new polytunnels, solar farm, glasshouse, heat pump and upgraded water facilities

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‘Proud’ Cambridge Sustainable Food Partnership collects silver for city-wide initiatives

‘Proud’ Cambridge Sustainable Food Partnership collects silver for city-wide initiatives

‘Proud’ Cambridge Sustainable Food Partnership collects silver for city-wide initiatives

07 July 2021

Recognition by Sustainable Food Places


CoFarm’s first 2021 harvest as crowdfunder takes off

CoFarm’s first 2021 harvest as crowdfunder takes off

CoFarm’s first 2021 harvest as crowdfunder takes off

20 June 2021

90kg of fruit and vegetables heading for Cambridge Sustainable Food hub


Giving peat a chance: The Wildlife Trust’s paludiculture project at Great Fen

Giving peat a chance: The Wildlife Trust’s paludiculture project at Great Fen

Giving peat a chance: The Wildlife Trust’s paludiculture project at Great Fen

01 June 2021

Caroline Fitton explains the work being done to protect the precious peatlands.


Eagle Genomics ‘delights’ PM with expansion of India office

Eagle Genomics ‘delights’ PM with expansion of India office

Eagle Genomics ‘delights’ PM with expansion of India office

17 May 2021

Microbiome focus addresses key challenges including soil, food and health


Triumph for Cambridge urban winery as Bacchus 2020 goes on sale May 3

Triumph for Cambridge urban winery as Bacchus 2020 goes on sale May 3

Triumph for Cambridge urban winery as Bacchus 2020 goes on sale May 3

15 April 2021

Chesterton-based Gutter & Stars begins musical grape journey with ‘I Wanna Be Adored’


Charitable status delight as CoFarm plants for agroecology future

Charitable status delight as CoFarm plants for agroecology future

Charitable status delight as CoFarm plants for agroecology future

25 March 2021

Foundation celebrates as first orchard trees planted


Supplant’s $24m funding will help replace sugar in foods

Supplant’s $24m funding will help replace sugar in foods

Supplant’s $24m funding will help replace sugar in foods

15 March 2021

Cambridge company’s natural replacement made entirely from plant fibre


Hare coursers drove over Cambridgeshire farmer’s crops

Hare coursers drove over Cambridgeshire farmer’s crops

Hare coursers drove over Cambridgeshire farmer’s crops

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.


Neonicotinoids: Cambridge MP demands vote after Defra grants emergency use of pesticide harmful to bees

Neonicotinoids: Cambridge MP demands vote after Defra grants emergency use of pesticide harmful to bees

Neonicotinoids: Cambridge MP demands vote after Defra grants emergency use of pesticide harmful to bees

14 January 2021

Daniel Zeichner and Wildlife Trusts condemn partial reversal of ban to fight virus affecting sugar beet.

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CoFarm grew tonnes of food for community – and faith in market gardens – in first year

CoFarm grew tonnes of food for community – and faith in market gardens – in first year

CoFarm grew tonnes of food for community – and faith in market gardens – in first year

09 January 2021

Cambridge-based community farming model demonstrates value of organic food that’s accessible to ordinary people


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