Listen back at this recording from our recent farm event at Pentrefelin, we discuss how to better understand and promote a healthy soil.

Huw Foulkes will be sharing his journey taking over the family farm that involves a regenerative approach. His system, through direct sales, could benefit the environment, produce nutritious, local food and address social issues facing Welsh farmers, as well as build on-farm resilience against drought, flooding and other impacts of climate change.

We will be joined by experienced agronomist Nick Woodyatt who has worked with regenerative farmers for many years to incorporate a profitable regenerative system. He has worked closely with Tim Parton, Farm Manager at Brewood Park Farm, where he's passionately championed regenerative agriculture for 15 years, nurturing the 300-hectare estate in Staffordshire with a vision to enhance the soil for generations to come.


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