Rooted is a fascinating personal account of a revolution in British farming.
Sarah Langford had left her country roots behind to live and work in the city as a barrister. But when she found herself moving back to an agricultural life in the countryside, she saw farmers dealing with very different problems to those faced by her grandfather. As Sarah looked to them to teach her about the land, she found a new generation of farmers on a path of regenerative change. Intimate and moving, these stories shine light on the human side of modern farming, and show us how land connects us all, not only in terms of global sustainability but in our relationships with our health, our communities and our planet.