The 2 ½ acre walled garden at Michael Hall School unites many activities. Within the garden, they grow about a hundred varieties of vegetables, herbs, flowers, and top fruit, all to Demeter standards – the largest certification organisation for biodynamic agriculture. Compost is important to biodynamic gardening and Michael Hall maintain a variety of compost heaps […]
I’ve been walking on a lot of beaches recently – and one thing that I’ve found that I think is really fascinating is sea kale. Here’s one – just sprouting through with its little purple leaves: This is how it starts to grow – sprouting from incredibly sturdy looking stalks. Sea kale is a native […]
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle We’ve just launched our new website – complete with online ordering! It’s never been easier to get organic, fresh produce grown by local independent farmers delivered directly to your door! With this in mind, it’s time to talk […]
oundup is the most commonly used weedkiller across the globe, which therefore means that it is very difficult to avoid - particularly when you take into account the natural spread of tainted seeds, soil and water.
On a night out in Brighton, I recently stopped to get food at a hut under the station that sold burgers. Whilst waiting for my burger, (vegetarian – plenty of veggie options available) I noticed a few familiar friends on the shelves and quickly realised that this wasn’t an ordinary late night burger bar – the […]