Shumei International is a non-governmental organization headquartered in Japan, based on the philosophy of Mokichi Okada, who developed Natural Agriculture. With a goal to promote a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with the natural world and with each other, Shumei works to share knowledge about the Natural Agriculture approach to farming, which regenerates the land, water and soil. Natural Agriculture cultivates a renewed appreciation of beauty and living in harmony with nature.
Languages: English, 日本語
Locations: Japan, United Kingdom
The Biodynamic Association (BDA) is a charitable organisation founded in 1929 to foster and promote biodynamic farming and gardening in the UK. We belong to the worldwide biodynamic movement and put simply, our aim is greater vitality for people and the planet, through more biodynamic acres, more biodynamic food and more understanding of biodynamics. We certify both biodynamic (Demeter) and organic licensees, including producers, processors and traders.
The Organic Trade Board (OTB) started in 2009 with the clear vision to make organic an everyday choice, forever. We are an independent and membership-funded organisation, with one purpose: bring the efforts of the UK organic industry together to collectively raise awareness and grow sales for organic. Representing the UK organic market, members include farmers, certifiers, processors, co-ops, retailers, and we all work together towards a unified industry to achieve our common goals.
Languages: English, Français, Italiano
"Rewilding Britain is the first and only country-wide organisation in Britain focusing on rewilding and the amazing benefits it can bring for people, nature and climate. We are an independent charity committed to catalysing rewilding and influencing rewilding policy across all of Britain. We are currently developing the Rewilding Network. Landowners can join the network to access practical content around key issues such as grazing, funding and legislation. It will help connect members to link up existing nature-friendly farming practices with rewilding areas through locally-led initiatives. We want to showcase the spectrum of approaches, from nature friendly farming to core rewilding, creating mosaics within our landscapes to achieve nature’s recovery."
Defra is responsible for improving and protecting the environment, growing the green economy and supporting world-class food, farming and fishing industries in England. Our departure from the EU gives us the opportunity to reform the way we regulate and support agriculture. By 2028, we want to see a renewed agricultural sector, producing healthy food for consumption at home and abroad, where farms can be profitable and economically sustainable without subsidy, while contributing to environmental goals.
Languages: English, Français, Nederlands
A Greener World (AGW) identifies, audits, certifies and promotes practical, sustainable farming systems by supporting farmers and informing consumers. AGW's growing family of trusted certifications includes Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW, Certified Grassfed by AGW, Certified Regenerative by AGW, and Certified Non-GMO by AGW. Each programme is designed to have positive and measurable impacts on the environment, society and animals, encouraging truly sustainable farming practices. AGW's standards and procedures are robust, transparent and achievable.
Treffler Organic Machinery presents the Treffler TS Precision harrows for in Row Harrowing and clean fields. The Treffler harrow is unrivalled in mechanical weed control for all your vegetable and field crops. For clean fields in all crop stages, from emergence to maturity. Trefflers offers the widest adjustable tension range on the market and our tines always follow the contour of your field, ridge, hill, or raised bed guaranteeing that your field will be worked evenly. Machines in all sizes, for all farmers great and small.
Languages: English, Français, Nederlands, Ελληνικά
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity. We believe planting a single tree has benefits for people, wildlife and the environment. Those benefits vastly increase when planting a whole woodland. If you manage a farm, integrating trees can increase biodiversity, provide shelter, prevent soil erosion, reduce flooding and much more. If you’re looking to plant trees, our expert advisers can help you put the right trees in the right place to achieve your vision.
The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience is a flagship research centre at Coventry University, that through its focus on food and water, develops and integrates new knowledge in social, agroecological, hydrological and environmental processes, as well as the pivotal role that communities play in developing resilience. Unique to this Centre is the incorporation of citizen-generated knowledge - the participation of farmers, water users and other citizens in transdisciplinary research, using holistic approaches.