Is vertical farming the future for agriculture on a planet where 900 million people suffer from chronic hunger or a distraction from other, more fundamental climate problems? Michael Alexander reports
North Fife farmer turned crime author James Oswald takes a break from tending sheep to share his firsts and lasts.
When one of Fife’s best known food producers Puddledub opens a new butcher shop in the former McDonald’s premises on Kirkcaldy High Street in early July, it’ll be welcomed by the local business community as an example of trying to re-think the use of the town centre.
It’s no secret that bees are in trouble, but what’s killing them? As St Andrews University statisticians debunk the latest research as ‘misleading’ and statistically unsound, Michael Alexander investigates.
Michael Alexander meets Angus flower grower Kelly Orr who is having a blooming marvellous time making local bride’s big days extra special.