Uncategorized

  • Since launching in February, We Feed the UK has been featured in the press nationwide with an estimated reach of over 53 million people! We’re thrilled that this celebration, of the country’s best custodians, is cultivating such widespread support. Here are some highlights… “70% of the UK is farmland. The potential for this to become…

    Read More

  • Launching in Liverpool

    It’s hard to sum up our feelings about the launch of We Feed The UK, but poet Bohdan Piasecki’s face does a pretty good job. The energy that filled those galleries on a cold February evening is evidence of the magic that happens when unexpected paths cross. It strikes to the very core of emergence and is…

    Read More

  • We Feed the World explored the extraordinary stories of 50 small-holder farming and fishing communities around the world thanks to a collaboration with 47 world-class photographers including Rankin, Graciela Iturbide and Martin Parr. With the evolution of this campaign – We Feed The UK – launching in 2024, we wanted to honour farmers globally by…

    Read More

  • We Feed The UK’s first exhibition takes place at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool during February and March 2024. We commissioned photographer Johannes Pretorius to document three generations of the Robinson family, at Strickley Farm in Cumbria. Intervention and Renewal – Johannes’ exhibition text – reflects on what he discovered. Humans intervene to influence outcomes.…

    Read More

  • We had a fantastic start to 2024 at the Oxford Real Farming Conference with a pop up exhibition showcasing a selection of We Feed The UK portraits, taken by photographer Louis Little. We Feed the UK is a radical re-storying of regenerative farmers, food producers and grain rebels; custodians of biocultural diversity across land, sea,…

    Read More

  • Why we must celebrate the ingenuity, resilience and wisdom of small-holder farming communities now more than ever, as the damaging agenda for lab-grown foods gains pace. The community of Puerto Colombia lies on the Tiquié River in Vaupés, one of the most remote regions of the Colombian Amazon. The six families who live here thrive…

    Read More

  • Rooted in the success of the 2018, We Feed The World campaign, We Feed The UK weaves together the arts and environment, to re-story regenerative farmers as custodians of Britain’s biocultural diversity. Launching in 2024 at Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery, during the 2023 harvest season we gave the country a taste of what’s to come with…

    Read More