Heritage Grains Workshop & Walk to #OurField

Discussion Tent

We must draw ‘lessons from the past’ in order to improve the yield, resilience and sustainability of modern grain production. Medieval-style ‘populations’ of cereals are genetically diverse and therefore resilient and able to adapt to climate change, and they can be grown in low input conditions using ‘restorative’ methods that sequester carbon, increase biodiversity, and do not require crop rotation, tillage, manuring or artificial inputs.

Demonstration Seminar Workshop