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Valley Farm, West Wratting

Took a lunchtime recce to figure out how to get near to the new Camgrain grain silos I pass each day at West Wratting. Now to find a better vantage point of the gorgeous stainless steel grain storage towers.


As used in Slashfood's article GreenDaily in 60 Seconds: Farms, food facts, and fishing.


Used in Enviroblog's article on A farmer's 'come to Jesus' moment


Used in ecosalon's lifestyle article Farm Bill 101


Used in Local Forage's article Organic vs. Sustainable


Used in Upturned Earth's blog article Hey ho the dairy subsidy, the farmer on the dole.


Used in New Hampshire Public Radio's article on The Dirt On Soil.


As used in The Style PA at Home's blog article RECYCLING - Waste Used Wisely.


Used in the 2010 Biodiversity Indicators Partnership newsletter BIP/News and report on the Ecological Footprint.


Used in TechCrunch's article Mel Karmazin Gives Away the Farm, Saves Job.


Used in's article Farms' Water Management a Key to Minimizing Drought: Report.


Used in Green Packs article Organic Farming, The Clean and Healthy Option?.


Featured in Mother Nature's Network (MMN) article End o' the week links: Energy.


Featured in Causecast's article Organic vs Local? Who Cares. Neither is Sustainable.


Featured in Med Minded's article Does Organic Food = Better World?


Featured in the Mom Squad Blog article Celebrate Spring!.


Featured in café's article Sale via internet: end of middle man for agricultural products.


Featured in Public Radio Kitchen's article

How Farmers Are Faring, Part I.


Featured in Science Buzz's article Agribusiness saves the planet!.


Used in the BNet article Ethanol Industry Squeezes an Otherwise Profitable Farmer Mac.


Used in Headlines from Floyd's blog article Bet the Farm on Email.


Used in The Takeaway's article Old MacDonald Had An Intern.


Used in the Lorenzo article The Chinese and Arabs are buying poor countries’ farms on a colossal scale. Be wary of the results.


Used in A Clean Life's blog article This Week in Links – Greenerize


Currently used as Eat Less Meats's Twitter avatar.


Featured in Deutsch-Japanische Jugendgesellschaft e.V. module C5: Sustainability from the producing and consuming point of view


Used in The Widman Blob article Too Little Farming.


Used in The Happy Rock's piece Is Capitalism Always The Answer?.


Used in The Atlantic's article How to Feed the World.


Used in Philip's Blue blog article Book Review: ‘Guns, Germs and Steel,’ by Jared Diamond.


Used in the slide deck An Ecosystem Approach To Social Media.


Used in Mother Earth News By Tackling Climate Change, United States Could Gain 4.5 Million Jobs by 2030.


Used in Polon's piece Organic language: marketers should promote wider benefits.


Used in Lauren's National & State Parks Blog piece Try Your Hand at Farming at Cuyahoga Valley National Park.


Used in the Mother Nature Network piece Blog Action Day 2009: Climate change.


Used by Geography All The Way in their KS3 sectionEconomic Activities.


Used in the Daily Bread and Butter's piece Agriculture reform's latest foe - Bread & Butter.


Used in the Urban Workbench piece Preparedness and Possibilities.


Used in the cyberpop article from FarmVille to the Classroom.


Used on the Sidney Eve Matrix piece pedagogy inspired by Farmville.


Used in Financial News Express' piece Agricultural Economic News February 19, 2010.


Used in the the Energy Collective's article Breaking Down the Obama Biofuel Plan.


Used in Rightous Marketing's piece Is There A Better Way?.


Used in Mother Earth News' piece By Tackling Climate Change, United States Could Gain 4.5 Million Jobs by 2030.


Used in metablog's piece “In Defense of Food” – Part 2 – Nutritionalism.


Used in TechCrunch's article Will AOL and Demand Media’s Content Farm Strategy Prevail?.


Use in Eat.Drink...Better.'s piece Is RoundUp Killing the Soil?


Used in the Folks Gotta Eat piece Wait, isn't Walmart the devil?.


Used in onextrapixel's piece A Designer and Developer’s Dilemma: 9 Detestable “Requests”.


Used in EarthSky's piece Sean Smukler: First steps in feeding 9 billion.

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Taken on April 8, 2008