Algae are among the fastest growing organisms on the planet and are very regenerative if harvested correctly. The number one rule for sustainable harvesting is: don’t tear the algae from the rock. Always leave part of the seaweed attached and harvest by size. Here are some key considerations for ensuringRead More →

Raspberry picking robots developed by University of Plymouth spin-off company Fieldwork Robotics have now been deployed commercially in two locations in Portugal. The robots – equipped with four picking arms – successfully operate autonomously, with completely redesigned sensor technology and grippers to reduce slippage and reduce harvest time. The pickedRead More →

Farmer Greg and Farmer’s Footprint invite people to join their immersive three-week course in regenerative gardening and have a community experience just in time for spring and Earth Day. Hosted by Farmer Greg, a Southern California agrarian with a passion for growing organic food and co-founder of Sea and Soil,Read More →

It was the last chance to savor Saturday’s harvest. The second season of the town’s Farmer’s Market ended with approximately 1,300 customers throughout the morning and more than $200 in seasonal donations going to the six local food pantries. Market Manager Heather Porreca was thrilled with the success of theRead More →

One of the nation’s favorite food campaigns, with deep roots in the Westcountry, returns next week to champion all that’s great about quality home-raised beef. Great British Beef Week is the brainchild of Ladies in Beef, a voluntary organization of beef farmers founded in 2011 by Devon producer Jilly GreedRead More →

By Peggy Kirk Hall, Director of Agricultural Law, Ohio State University Agricultural and Resource Law Program Bills establishing new legal requirements for landowners who wish to terminate a verbal or uncertain farm lease and income tax credits for the sale of assets to beginning farmers now await Governor DeWine’s responseRead More →