William Hudson is Agricultural Director of Hodmedods. (Co-founder) Combcut and Home Farm Nacton. He has a lifelong interest in the future of sustainable agriculture, food & fibre production, working to make the connections between economics, ecology and equity. William lives in south Norfolk near Diss with his wife and an assortment of animals, motor bikes and Land Rovers.
Following on from last year’s panel this discussion will explore diverse approaches to the continued exciting development of British grown plant dyes. We will present three projects at varying scales from foraging to micro enterprise and farm scale production. Babs Behan from Botanical Inks will share findings from a recent project for South-West England Fibreshed […]
William Hudson. Countryman, lecturer at Writtle University College. Looking for a sustainable future. Henry Mathews. Senior Regenerative Agriculture Lecturer at Writtle University College. Ashia Trevor-Massey. Student at Writtle University College. Third Year Regenerative Farming Degree Course. A conversation between a senior lecturer, a student and a farmer about how education can play a part in […]