” We climbed again into country so empty and lovely, so apparently incapable of earning its exquisite living, that people ought to pay just to have a glimpse of it, as one of the few last luxuries in the world for the ranging eye.”

English Journey, JB Priestley, first published 1934

Published Articles by Catherine Broomfield

An Everyday Tale of Rural Economy Folk9th August 2019sustainablefoodtrust.orgFarming, Food Policy
Unravelling the science of agricultural emissions11th July 2019sustainablefoodtrust.orgFarming, Environment, climate
Livestock farming needs to prove its part of the solution, not the problem11th May 2019Western Morning News
Food & Environment
Farming's next generation is looking back for the future22nd March 2019sustainablefoodtrust.orgPolicy, new entrants
Time to engage with vegan moderates4th January 2019Farmers' WeeklyFood, Farming policy
Natural Capital holds key to farm support27th July 2018Farmers' WeeklyFarming policy
Gove's shake-up is a missed opportunity for health and harmony12th September 2018The GuardianFarming policy
The Uplands needs a future re-imagined, not re-wilded26th July 2018sustainablefoodtrust.orgFarming policy, culture
Brexit allows us a national debate about farming25th June 2018The GuardianFarming policy