Welcome to Whole Health Agriculture, aka WHAg. We’re a community of farmers, health professionals and citizens, working to:
Develop innovation and best practice in ‘whole system’ farming methods.
Engage and empower *wholistic farmers and growers
Increase public awareness of the links between farming, food and health
*Wholistic farming avoids synthetic drugs and toxic chemicals, and fosters natural resilience and vitality in livestock and crops, working with, rather than against, nature. Critically, these approaches protect our health. Read more…..
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It is vitally important that ……farming delivers the highest quality, best-tasting food, produced without artificial chemicals or genetic modification, and with respect for animal welfare and the environment, while helping to maintain the landscape and rural communities.
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Bypassing whole farm health
The whole system approach brings production, ecology and environment together in a way which optimises food production alongside the delivery of public goods. It is critical to health but it’s being ignored in the new farm support proposals.
News & Views
- Trade and Agriculture Commission membership announced
- Microplastics distribution: The disease and pollution of soil, plant, animal and man is one and indivisible.
- Whole farm and organic systems are being ignored in post Brexit farm support plans
- Be very wary of misleading papers and articles about “trendy” pet food diets
- Organic Forum (EOF) has expressed concern that organic options are being side-lined by Defra
- Boris Johnson’s US trade deal will make Britain a paradise for disaster capitalists