Black Bee Honey offer award winning, single-origin, unpasteurised British Honeys – supporting British bees and their keepers. Since launch the company has seen a healthy increase in honey sold and can be found in over 150 stockists including Ocado, Wholefoods Market, Planet Organic and Sourced Market.
Each year, spring rains and snowmelt carry pollutants down the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico, where they create a dead zone the size of New Jersey. The trouble begins near the river’s headwaters, when it flows past a tributary called The Crow.
Called the ‘Cannes of Food Festivals’ for good reason, Abergavenny plays host to the best of Welsh, British and international producers for two days every September.
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service helps America’s farmers and ranchers conserve the nation’s soil, water, air and other natural resources.
DrylandAg.org partners with The Lexicon and Colorado State University’s Department of Soil and Crop Sciences to examine new farming practices in the Semi-Arid High Plains, one of America’s driest farming regions.
A series of six films on subjects ranging from water footprints to clean drinking water, with funding provided by a variety of foundations and public institutions.
Debuting at The True Cost of American Food Conference in San Francisco, a short film which illustrates how we are paying a high price for food in hidden ways and why we need true cost accounting in our food and farming systems.
GrowEatGather is an independent online publication devoted to celebrating the wealth of locally grown ingredients and honouring the good people who work hard to grow, supply, and cook real food across the United Kingdom.
Several promotional films directed, shot and edited for the Bridgwater and Taunton College during 2014 and 2015.
Know Your Food is a PBS series of 25 short films that introduces consumers to key terms and principles that can help them make more informed decisions about the food they eat.