Once a year I spend a morning walking around the farm with a soil auger, taking little cores of soil about 12″ deep from across the whole farm. The purpose is to understand what is
For over three years Scilly Organics has been part of a circular economy project, exploring business solutions that can help businesses to become ‘more circular’. But what does that mean? Conventional business models relies on
Coronavirus lockdown is with us once again. Except this time round, on St Martin’s, it feels very different to the last one. In mid March the whole island was gearing up for the tourist season.
Calculating the carbon footprint of the business is something we’ve done every year for over 10 years. This means understanding all the carbon emissions from everything we do in the business, as well as all
I was really pleased to record a podcast for Agricology recently. In it you can hear me talk about my farm, what inspired me, how I use seaweed, and what transition I’m making towards further
On the farm, July and August is a strange time. It’s quite challenging in that there’s a lot of visitors and therefore a lot of picking to do. Hot sunny afternoons make work almost impossible,