The Landworkers’ Alliance is a producer-led organisation of small-scale producers and family farmers who use sustainable methods to produce food, fuel, fibre and flowers.
We raise awareness of the role that our members play in providing food security, environmental stewardship, livelihoods, strong communities, animal welfare and high-quality affordable food.
We work to overcome the obstacles facing land-based workers face by building alliances, encouraging solidarity and campaigning for better policy for agro-ecology and food sovereignty.
News and Events
March Against Industrial Agribusiness,
March For Healthy Food
MEET AT BURY ST. EDMUNDS TRAIN STATION
March To British Sugar Factory
RECLAIM OUR FOOD SYSTEM
Wednesday, April 29th 1PM
LWA with Rev. Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping
Drawing by Robin Stratton
For more information about the protest click here
FREE BUSES FROM BRISTOL AND LONDON:
To join the Landworkers’ Alliance bus from Bristol to Bury-St-Edmunds on the day- please email Humphrey on :
To join the Landworkers’ Alliance bus from London to Bury-St-Edmunds on the day – please reserve your place here or email Elizabeth on:
NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH WWOOF UK JOINT MEMBERSHIP
JOINT MEMBERSHIP BETWEEN WWOOF UK AND LAND WORKERS’ ALLIANCE
A new partnership has been set up between WWOOF UK and LWA whereby new or renewing host members of each organisation can benefit from one year’s FREE membership with the other organisation. So, as long as you fit into the criteria of both groups you can get two memberships for the price of one!
TAKE ACTION: RECLAIM OUR FOOD SYSTEM
Join the Landworkers’ Alliance (LWA) as we celebrate Via Campesina’s International day of Peasant Struggle in Bury St Edmunds on Wednesday 29th April 2015.
Last year the LWA took our message to DEFRA, this year we are targeting British Sugar PLC to expose the inequality and problems inherent in our industrial food system. Find out more here!
Our Policy Request Document, “Feeding the Future”
The Landworkers’ Alliance is proud to present “Feeding the Future” our comprehensive report which lists our four major policy requests of policy makers. Please do share this report with your MP in the run up to the General Election!