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  • Couple want to start a Community-Supported Agriculture project

    Couple are hoping to nurture a culture of community-supported agriculture where customers can invest in the future of local food production.

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  • First year challenges for new regenerative farmers – but they don’t regret it

    Nearly a year after starting their organic, regenerative livestock and market garden, David and Katherine Langton don’t regret their decision.

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  • Organic beef farmer’s optimistic ‘leap of faith’ in renting land to small-scale market gardeners

    Collaboration is needed to encourage more young people into farming.

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    Tyfu Cymru supports commercial horticulture in Wales

    Tyfu Cymru provides training and technical support for commercial horticulture businesses in Wales, free of charge.

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    Courses and training for setting up a new food business in Wales

    Ways to learn about setting up a business in Wales, from feedback on business ideas, to courses, to funding and mentoring.

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  • BioaquaFarm-main

    Bioaqua Farm teaches “the future of sustainable farming”

    Bioaqua produces vegetables and fish, grown with minimal water and energy, and creating zero waste.

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  • Kitchengarden-main

    The Kitchen Garden provides a place to grow, eat and learn

    No-dig grower, Rae Gervis, aims to create learning hub for local produce.

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  • troedyrhiw-main

    Troed y Rhiw Organics shares lessons of small-scale success

    A model of 21st century sustainable farming in West Wales.

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    Manchester’s Kindling Trust helps small growers scale up

    The Kindling Trust teaches how to go from garden and allotment to commercial scale growing.

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    Stream Farm gives novices the knowledge they need to succeed

    Educating a new generation of small-scale farmers.

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  • Food Skills Cymru supports businesses within the Welsh food and drink processing and manufacturing industry

    Ensuring employees have the right skills and training to strengthen the food and drink industry as a whole.

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