• Laurie King – Freelance Writer


    Laurie King is a freelance writer with a particular interest in world cultures, food policy and farming. Her published articles include ‘Back to what land?’ for STIR to Action, ‘A spotlight on Bristols urban farming scene’ for The Bristol Cable and a series on the Supply Chain of fats for the Sustainable Food Trust. Her undergraduate degree is in Social Anthropology and she is currently studying MSc Food Policy at City University, London. She is also a poet. Available for writing articles, research pieces, copy writing and ghost writing etc.

  • Organic Eprints

    An international open access archive for papers related to research in organic agriculture. The archive contains full-text papers in electronic form together with bibliographic information, abstracts and other metadata. It was developed by the Danish Research Centre for Organic Farming, DARCOF, which expanded into the International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems (ICROFS) in 2008. Since 2003 there has been co-operation with the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, FiBL. The main objectives are to facilitate the communication of research papers and proposals, to improve the dissemination and impact of research findings, and to document the research effort. In accordance with these objectives the archive is designed to facilitate international use and cooperation. The archive accepts many kinds of papers: preprints (pre-review), postprints (post-review) and reprints (published) of scientific papers, conference papers and posters, theses, reports, books and book chapters, magazine articles, web products, project descriptions, and other published or unpublished documents.

  • International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems (ICROFS)


    The International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems (ICROFS) was founded in 2008. The centre is an expansion of the former Danish Agricultural Research Centre for Organic Farming (DARCOF), which the Danish Government decided to provide with an international mandate and an international board. ICROFS is a ‘centre without walls’, where the research is performed in interdisciplinary collaboration between research groups in different institutions and universities. The Centre contributes to the coordination, management and performance of strategic and user oriented, high quality research at the national as well as the international level, on the basis of the organic philosophy and organic principles and issues. ICROFS coordinates European trans-national research concerned with organic food and farming systems under the headline of Core Organic. Moreover, ICROFS is actively involved in a European research project on improving the organic certification system.