Clare Hill is Regenerative Agriculture Director at FAI Farms, working with food businesses such as Arla, McDonalds and Ikea on their regenerative pilot’s and programmes. Clare’s latest own project is the development of a Model farm in Shropshire, aiming to bring vibrancy to family farms through regenerative agriculture. Clare started the transition of FAI’s 1200 acre farm from organic to regenerative production in 2019, achieving Savory Institute Ecological Outcome Verification in 2020. Clare and her team have been through a transformation in the way they make decisions and approach the management of the farm. It is this practical experience of managing for regeneration which leads her to help others.
In this session, we ask heavyweights in the UK food industry how they’re going about meeting their pledges to incorporate regenerative agriculture into their supply chain. What progress is being made? What are the major challenges they face? How are they helping farmers transition and create more value? And importantly how do we prevent greenwashing […]
All life on earth starts with soil and at Yeo Valley Organic everything we do starts with the soil too. As Britain’s largest organic dairy brand, Yeo Valley Organic’s aim is to grow the regenerative organic farming movement in the UK with research, testing and education. Decades of industrial farming have taken their toll and […]
A discussion across cheesemongers, farmers, artisans and larger processors about the challenges and opportunities for the nation’s favourite soured milk products. Looking at the practical elements for dairy farmers, through the end purchaser’s relationship with the themes of regen ag.