Why We Need Nature-Friendly Farming

Why We Need Nature-Friendly Farming By Joseph Attfield, Farm Wilder What is Nature Friendly Farming Week? Nature Friendly Farming Week was set up by the ‘NFFN’ or the Nature Friendly Farming Network – a group of farmers who have come together to champion a way of farming which is sustainable and good for nature. Farmers from a range…

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Glow-worms

Glow-worms By Joseph Attfield, Farm Wilder Farm Wilder founder Tim Martin spent the morning in a Forestry England woodland, photographing and filming rare butterflies and managed to snap the elusive Pearl-bordered fritillary which can be seen throughout this blog. During his shoot, Tim also spotted a glow-worm feeding on a snail! The glow-worm is not…

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National Eat What You Want Day 2022

National Eat What You Want Day 2022 By Joseph Attfield, Farm Wilder What is National Eat What You Want Day? National Eat What You Want Day is held every year on the 11th May that is simply about choosing what you want to eat and disregarding any guilt associated with those decisions! Originally set up…

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Veganuary is it an environmental win?

Veganuary is it an environmental win? By Luke Dale-Harris, Founder of Farm Wilder Seven years in and with over two million people expected to participate this January, it’s safe to say that Veganuary has been a roaring success. In well under a decade, veganism has gone from being a widely ignored lifestyle choice of a…

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Is Meat Bad for the Planet?

Is meat bad for the planet

Is Meat Bad for the Planet? By Tim Martin, Founder of Farm Wilder You hear a lot about meat being bad for the planet, about livestock farming causing climate change, decimating wildlife and polluting rivers. Some say that the best thing to do is give it up entirely and go vegan.  And although it is…

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