Naomi Terry is a truth-seeking writer, ecologist, teacher-learner, singer and vegetable grower. She is the kind of person you might ask to make a speech on a special occasion, to touch the guests’ souls and well a tear. She has researched how dynamic cultures interact with food and farming practices through migration and diaspora. Her most recently published work is Jumping Fences, a collaboration between Land In Our Names (LION), Ecological Land Cooperative and Landworkers’ Alliance, funded by Farming the Future. The report presents the experiences of farmers and growers in Britain, and can be read on LION’s website.