My journalism career started in newspapers and magazines and I have never stopped writing. It’s always been a passion and I still write freelance articles, blogs and opinion pieces for a range of publications whenever I can, mostly with a countryside and farming flavour.

Having spent a lot of time in Africa, I have a particular interest in agricultural development. In September 2017 I reported from the Alliance for a Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) in Ivory Coast for Farmers Guardian.

Articles by Anna:

Apocalypse Cow: The moment Monbiot went too far (EatFarmNow, January 2020)

Meat on the BBC: The good, the bad and the ugly (EatFarmNow, November 2019)

‘What they put on the fields contaminates our water’: Iowa’s pollution problem (The Guardian, September 2019)

Woolly Watergate: The journalist that took on PETA (EatFarmNow, September 2019)

Flame grilled: Meat in the media (EatFarmNow, August 2019)

Is a culture of secrecy silencing our voice? (Pig World, March 2019)

Bridging the Disconnect between farmers and the media (Farm Business, May 2018)

Agriculture holds the key to unlocking Africa’s vast economic potential (The Guardian)

Britain’s £100bn farming sector ready to take control of its own destiny (Irish Independent)

Behind the scenes of Countryfile (Countryfile Magazine)

Farmer’s Daughter Telling Farming Stories at the BBC (Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa)