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Emily Ashworth

Miss Emily Ashworth

Briefing Media Agriculture
Stressed spelled backwards is "dessert"

Biography

Biography

Emily's journey here at FG has been made up entirely out of luck. 

What was meant to be a six week stint working on an event turned in to years working on the tech team, looking at web stats and what not. Her passion however is writing - quite fitting that she works for a magazine then...

Now Emily has been placed in to the editorial team, she works on social media and digital content, enabling her to write lots about her favourite thing ever: FOOD

A huge history geek, a food blogger and vintage hoarderer, you will probably find her wearing something old, dusty and flarey.

Recent Articles

Recent Articles

Weaving farming into the fabric of successful textile business

Weaving farming into the fabric of successful textile business

News | 18 Oct 17
Young farmer Izzi Rainey is mastering the art of balance. Running an up and coming textile business while also maintaining her passion for her beef farm at home, it is with realism and optimism she is pursuing both successfully.
A journey through food and farming with Liz Earle MBE

A journey through food and farming with Liz Earle MBE

News | 17 Oct 17
Flying the flag for pasture fed livestock and the connection between health and farming, Liz Earle speaks to Emily Ashworth about her deep-rooted love for food and the serious impact it can have on our health.
I quit my job to farm: Nicky Baker, Dorset

I quit my job to farm: Nicky Baker, Dorset

News | 10 Oct 17
In our new online series, I quit my job to farm, we look at people and families from across the country who decided they would leave their current lives and give it all up to farm.
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