Graham Harvey (Co-founder)
An agriculture graduate, Graham has been writing about food and farming for more than 30 years. He is author of a number of books including The Killing of the Countryside, We Want Real Food and The Carbon Fields. He is a script-writer on The Archers and was for many years the programme's agricultural story editor.
Ruth West (Co-founder)
Ruth West is married to Colin. She has worked as a consultant at the UN (WHO, UNEP) but now spends her time on food and farming issues, setting up the Campaign for Real Farming with Colin, and more recently The All Party Parliamentary Group on Agroecology with Pete Riley.
Harry Greenfield (Programme Co-ordinator)
Harry has worked in various campaigning and research roles including organising meetings on agricultural investment for the Campaign for Real Farming. He has also researched environmental issues in South America
MP Andreoni (Social Media and Communications)
MP has a background as knowledge manager with experience in policy advocacy support.
Her passion is real food and real farming, so she has been training as a horticulturist
(most recently at RBG Kew) as a first step in her journey to smallholding.
Colin Tudge (Co-Founder)
Colin Tudge is a biologist by education and the author of Good Food for Everyone Forever. He is co-founder of the Campaign for Real Farming and is seeking to establish a College for Enlightened Agriculture.
Sophia Hill (Event Manager)
Sophia is an experienced events and project manager who has worked on everything from international strategic events and awards ceremonies to TEDx Exeter and symposia.Her background is in Social Anthropology and most of her work centres around people and culture, combined with a passion for food, cooking and provenance.
She is currently part of the core team of Hub Westminster, is a co-founder of a funding network Filanthropy* and part of the collaborative organisation Good for Nothing.
Georgia Cass (Marketing and Publicity)
Georgia recently graduated from Exeter University with a degree in Zoology, where she also worked on a number of media based projects, including their student publication, Life Nature Magazine. She has been a volunteer at previous ORFC events on the social media and filming teams. Georgia is also a keen wildlife photographer.