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Future Growers trainee placement - Pannel Organic, near Hastings

19 January 2016

DEADLINE: 15 FEBRUARY 2016 Pannel Organic is recruiting for a Future Grower trainee to work four days a week starting in April.

Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) Statements – Important Information

18 January 2016

Farmers in England and Wales need to check their Basic Payment Scheme Statements carefully when they receive them.

Organic News - Organic movement calls for careful classification of New Plant Breeding Techniques

15 January 2016

ORGANIC Organic movement calls for careful classification of New Plant Breeding Techniques The International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements EU (IFOAM EU) is urging the European Commission to apply GMO legislation when classifying New Pl...

Soil Association Certification is changing its fee structure

15 January 2016

Soil Association Certification is changing its fee structure from April 2016. Over the past few years we have kept any yearly increases below inflation while the market has been challenging. But we now need to increase our fees for processors to ref...

Assistant Grower/Trainee Grown Green - near Bath & Bradford on Avon

14 January 2016

DEADLINE: 19 FEBRUARY 2016 - Grown Green is currently looking to recruit a part-time assistant grower, to join this exciting and award-winning sustainable market garden near Bath.

Assistant Grower - Trainee/Apprentice - near Salisbury, Wiltshire

11 January 2016

DEADLINE:15 FEBRUARY 2016. Kensons Farm Organic Vegetables near Salisbury in Wiltshire has a vacancy for an assistant grower.

Organic News - Organic market awards launch with a BOOM

08 January 2016

ORGANIC Organic market awards launch with a BOOM This week, the Soil Association opened entries for its Best of Organic Market (BOOM) awards. The awards have run for 30 years in other formats. Clare McDermott, Business Development Director of Soil A...

Coping with extreme weather

06 January 2016

Following the wettest December in 100 years, it could be a good time to review the way water is managed on your land, and consider any additional measures you could implement to help your land become more resilient against weather extremes.

New research exposes secret cocktail of toxic pesticides in hedgerows and wildflowers

04 January 2016

Scientists at Sussex University have discovered that bees are exposed to a chemical cocktail when feeding from wildflowers growing next to neonicotinoid treated crops in UK farmland. These chemical cocktails could make the impact of neonicotinoids u...

Soil Association launches BOOM (Best of Organic Market) Awards

01 January 2016

The Soil Association has launched the new BOOM Awards (Best of Organic Market) celebrating great taste, exceptional quality, innovation and creativity in organic products and places to eat. Anna Jones, celebrity chef, cookery writer and a graduate o...
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