The Covid-19 crisis has exposed a food system that is failing to serve its most basic purpose: to nourish all citizens of our society. As supermarket shelves were left empty and the hospitality industry shut down overnight, many people turned to farms and local community-supported agriculture schemes to buy food. Many small-scale food producers stepped up to feed their communities in new ways.

One of many community stories featured in Farmerama’s latest series Who Feeds Us? is that of the inspirational Ursula Myrie, co-founder and managing director of Adira, a black mental health and wellbeing ...


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