Farm Wilder sells the highest quality beef and lamb from Devon farms with exceptional wildlife and who are committed to farming more sustainably. They also supply beef from regenerative farmers in Wiltshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire for Ember’s Steak Slices.
When you buy Farm Wilder produce you know you’ll be helping bring back our wildlife, and supporting the change to a sustainable way of farming
They help the farmers they work with to adopt regenerative farming techniques that improve sustainability across the whole farm, restoring soil health, increasing soil carbon, reducing pollution, and protecting against droughts, flooding, and the other problems caused by climate change.
For livestock farms, this means becoming 100% pasture-fed as part of the Pasture For Life certification scheme.
They work with charities including Butterfly Conservation, The Wildlife Trusts, RSPB, and the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group to help these farmers nurture endangered species and restore biodiversity.
Farm Wilder is a Community Interest Company, a nonprofit organization founded in January 2019 by former BBC Natural History Unit executive producer Tim Martin. Luke Dale Harris, a former investigative environmental journalist. Simon Heppner, a non-executive director and founder of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, and Rich Osborn, founder, and CEO of the online ethical retailer fresh-range.
Unsustainable farming causes 10% of Britain’s greenhouse gas emissions and 30% of the global total. Fertilizers (made from fossil fuels) and pesticides pollute the air and our waterways. Poor soil management leads to severe flooding, and soil is being eroded ever faster. Some farmland may have as few as 50 harvests left.
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