Soil Voices Webinar

Soil Voices Webinar

Zoom into Soil: Our Living Soil The latest webinar in the Zoom into Soil series, hosted by the British Society of Soil Science, took place on the 4 August 2021. With one year to go until the World Congress of Soil Science 2022 (31 July 2022 to 5 August 2022) this...
Floodplain Meadows Partnership

Floodplain Meadows Partnership

Art competition launched to highlight the plight of the nation’s floodplain meadows Budding artists of all ages are being asked to take part in a national arts and crafts competition to help raise awareness of the UK’s diminishing floodplain meadows. The OU and...
Secrets of Soil

Secrets of Soil

Henry Driver’s new immersive video journey, Secrets of Soil, was inspired by his family’s attempts to make their farming practices carbon negative. He presents a visually striking view of the world beneath our feet and explores his thoughts around how it...
How to Value a Skylark

How to Value a Skylark

HOW TO VALUE A SKYLARK: The Countryside in a Time of Change.   Brian Kerr, author of HOW TO VALUE A SKYLARK: The Countryside in a Time of Change, is a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University and a retired soil surveyor often found helping out in their soils...
A Friable Earth by Jackie Wills

A Friable Earth by Jackie Wills

Jackie Wills, author of A Friable Earth, has shared her poem Considering I’ll Become Mud which provided the title for her book. Her poem came out of thinking about the no-dig system of growing, as well as some old Sussex words for mud and a recognition of ageing. Arc...