“Many hold the notion that agroecological or regenerative food must be more expensive. In our most recent report we show that this should not, and more importantly, need not be the case.” – George Chanarin, Cumulus Consultants.
A good year is worth noting and celebrating, and 2021/22 was one such year for the team at Cumulus – both challenging and productive. We thought it would be good to share with you some of the highlights to bring you up to date on the type of work we’re involved with, the problems we’re seeking to solve and how we’re changing to do more going forward!
Whilst the benefits of agroecology and agroforestry are widely accepted, far less is known about how they would impact the economic performance of UK agriculture. Agroecology and agroforestry have huge potential to improve the resilience of farms of all types.
The need to better understand the economic impacts of these land management practices has driven two ground-breaking projects that Cumulus has recently undertaken for the Soil Association: