Sustainability and Community are vital at this Stirling-Rawdon farm

by jdhypes
Sally and Michael Knight have been running Strattons Farm in Stirling-Rawdon for just over a year. Inspired by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall and his River Cottage, the Knights desired to become more self-sufficient and looked into moving to Canada where agricultural land was far cheaper than in the UK.

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