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)
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)