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Forward-thinking Farming: Regenerative agriculture in eastern Africa

12 December 2022

It’s not easy being a farmer in eastern Africa. Those who rely on the land to make a living face many complex, overlapping challenges, from conflict in the region to the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and, above all, climate change. 

But there is good news: regenerative agriculture. 

First in-person carol concert back with a stellar line up

07 December 2022

Farm Africa's annual carol concert, A Festive Evening with Farm Africa, returned for its first in-person event since 2019 with a stacked line up of spectacular musical performances and inspirational speakers.

In memory of David Campbell OBE: Farm Africa co-founder

06 December 2022

Farm Africa was deeply saddened to hear of the death of David Campbell OBE, who co-founded Farm Africa with the late Sir Michael Wood in 1985.

Tim Jury eats for £1 a day for Farm Africa's End Hunger Grow Farming appeal

01 December 2022

Long-time Farm Africa supporter and farmer, Tim Jury from Pett in East Sussex, is supporting Farm Africa’s End Hunger Grow Farming appeal by taking on a sponsored challenge to eat for only £1 a day for a week.

NFU President Minette Batters becomes ambassador for Farm Africa

22 November 2022

Minette Batters commented: “I am proud to become an ambassador for Farm Africa, a charity close to my heart. As a farmer myself I am all too aware of the challenges farmers are facing across the world: an increasingly unpredictable climate, rapidly rising inflation and the degradation of natural resources."

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