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The Sea Change: Feeding Ourselves

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April-June 2022: Feeding Ourselves

Our first Sea Change journey takes us into the food and farming systems in modern Britain and beyond.

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  • What we can learn from permaculture and regenerative agriculture to help us feed ourselves in a better way.
  • Why is soil health so important for the future of the planet
  • How can you grow and garden at home to help a more localised food system
  • What are regenerative agriculture farmers doing in the UK?

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Feeding Ourselves: Food & Farming Systems

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