Birds and butterfiles love it. Grazing animals thrive on it. Planted across our countryside it would give us the healthiest foods and restore our vanishing wildlife. It might even save the planet. So let's get nature back!
On this farm at Cholderton in Hampshire grazing animals and grasslands with leguminous (nitrogen-fixing) plants like sainfoin and vetch have created an astonishing diversity of wildlife and soils with huge carbon reserves. It adds up to a farm that's regenerative and resilient in a warming world.