The road to Riverford is as pleasantly daunting as any Devon lane can be – narrow, winding and hemmed in by towering hedgerows teeming with songbirds. It can be a little hair-raising too, as the branded lorries, presumably laden with organic vegetables, come lurching around the corners. Meandering, captivating, and at times intimidating – in many ways I could use these same words to describe the objective of my trip: a conversation with the founder of Riverford Organic Farmers, Guy Singh-Watson.

Singh-Watson is known for speaking his mind. In fact, his thoughts – in the form of newsletters ...


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