Geared at supporting a farmers and growers to transition to more sustainable, resilient and diverse farming practices, Agricology is a collaboration of over 40 research and farming organisations. It offers the latest research, practical ideas and farmer-led innovations to empower growers to adopt methods that regenerate ecosystems, enhance biodiversity and mitigate against climate change. It is a knowledge-sharing hub for farmers, encouraging them to share their best strategies and approaches.

What we love about it:

Not only citizen-led research, but farmer-led!

More info: www.agricology.co.uk

This booklet on #SoilFertility was produced by @fiblorg and adapted by @OrgResCent to include case studies and examples in a UK context. #FertilesoilFertilecrops #OrganicSeptember https://t.co/bmKX5KDQWu
New blog: Building Agricology for the Future. @OrgResCent CEO Lucy MacLennan: "The strength of Agricology is that it promotes practical, sustainable farming regardless of labels through its network of partner organisations." But, we need your help. https://t.co/DgAxc1j9ns
Our September newsletter! Digging Below the Surface & Building Agricology for the Future - https://t.co/YyJ27XPJXG https://t.co/hw4OWmBGYC
In this nature-based #IPM case study @parker419 says “It’s not low input -low output. It’s more like intelligent farming” @COFARMHQ @NFFNUK @PAN_UK @Natures_Voice @SoilAssociation https://t.co/kQyygiQ9JB
Farmer profile: @EdwinTaylor69 #FertilesoilFertilecrops Reducing inputs and improving soil health and biodiversity through a more diverse rotation, using cover crops, no till and direct drilling @baseuk https://t.co/BazT2urIPX