Want to Help Rid the Ocean of Plastic? Grab an Oar
Along a rocky stretch of the British coast, a modest yet highly replicable low-tech solution to ocean cleanup is setting sail.
UK Gardeners Are Planting the Seeds of a More Resilient Food System
By collecting the seeds that grow best in their own plots, a movement of gardeners is boosting biodiversity in a way that more closely mimics nature.
Mussel Farming Is Healing the UK’s Coastal Food Chain
Vertical forests of shellfish are returning biodiversity to a damaged coast — and producing sustainable seafood in the process.
In Ghostly Graveyards, Biodiversity Is Nourishing the Living
Few human-inhabited places are as ecologically rich as old churchyards, where nature’s spirits thrive undisturbed for centuries.
Britain’s Blind Farmers Are Teaching Others How to Grow
“We’re trying to give people a chance to stop thinking about limitations and start looking at what they really can do.”