Just outside of Bridport in Dorset is a location which not just feels, but I believe actually is, quite spiritual in its engagement of those fortunate to have been able to wander around. Its the site of Ourganics Evolving Systems. To read more click on the post title or image.
Forget the ugliness of Black Friday for a moment, for the month of December all proceeds from the online sale of Unlikely Heroes will be donated to Crisis at Christmas. So, think about someone whom you think might like the book – might even be yourself – and buy a copy knowing your money will also help someone on the streets. To read more click on the post title or image.
Lovely photo-essay of a selection of places visited on my travels in a new food magazine, Locavore. Edited and published by Gavin Markham, the guy who runs Green Guides, it’s a high quality, quarterly journal exploring food as it should be. Gavin’s another man on a mission! Feels and looks good. Also discount subscription offer to FBS followers. To read more click on the post title or image.
Dartington Estate in Devon is a very special place to those who know it. It has an almost draw to it for those who seek to practice dialogue with the earth. It is perhaps not surprising therefore that a number of small farmers have decided to take land on the estate on which to produce their precious wares. Old School Farm is one such place. To read more click on the post title or image.
The first time I visited Chagford Community Market Garden was a dark dank day with the mist rolling around the lower slopes of Dartmoor as the team gathered the last of the season’s leeks. In stark contrast the weather for my second visit could not have been better as a bright sun beamed out of a blue early autumn sky. One of those days when you were blessed to be alive. To read more click on the post title or image.
It [Tinkers Bubble] has to be a bright beacon of hope in what otherwise could be a depressing world. The members of Tinkers Bubble are not freaks, they are sincere and thinking human beings whose way of living offers learning and insights that all of us could beneficially integrate into our lives. To read more click on the post title or image.
One dark night in the depths of winter, many moons ago, I received an email from a one Gavin Markham asking if I was interested in being featured, with photographs from Feeding Body and Soul, in a new magazine he was aiming to launch – Locavore, a full colour magazine dedicated to local food issues. Its now here, and at special rates to FBS followers! To read more click on the post title or image.