Farming Food And Climate Justice March
Join us for Farming, Food and Climate Justice march on October 5th 2019 in London.
Food, Farming and Climate Change
Acting to mitigate climate change through agriculture requires systemic thinking that recognises agriculture and the food system as a complex whole
Whole Farm Agroecology Scheme
An agroecological transition is vital to ensure that the UK can continue to produce healthy, local, and affordable food for generations to come
The current planning system is not sufficiently attuned to the needs of new entrants and agroecological farm businesses
Supporting New Entrants to Agriculture and Land-based Work
The Landworkers’ Alliance have developed a number of targeted policies to support New Entrants.
A New Deal for Horticulture
To meet the UK demand for fruit and vegetables, a massive scaling up of production is required
Amend the Agriculture Bill
The proposed Agriculture Bill does not make reference to agroecological farming or local food.
Good Food, Good Farming March
We need to ensure farmers are able to produce nutritious ecological, healthy food and everybody has guaranteed access to it
A Place at the Table
A campaign launching the LWAs post-Brexit policy proposals,highlighting the exclusion of organisations representing smaller scale producers from policy and calling for more equal access to decision making spaces.
Public Land for Public Good
A campaign in 2016 highlighting access to land issues and the county farm sell off, and calling for policy to support accessible routes into farming and land based work.
Small Farms – Better Food
A stunt in 2014 highlighting the role of small farms in improving accessibility to healthy, affordable local food and calling for policy to support them.
Food Sovereignty Football
A stunt in 2014 highlighting the unfair advantages government policy gives to industrial food producers and calling for a level field for smaller scale farmers and growers.