Watercress grown on one of the island’s first Vertical Farms has sold out in hours at Hooton’s Homegrown, Brynsiencyn. James Hooton and his family are
Plans to further tackle fuel poverty in Wales by 2035 and support people struggling to meet the cost of their domestic energy needs have today been
“Family farms are a significant part of Welsh society and culture - they need to be protected.” Farming Connect’s Iaith y Pridd/Language of the Land report published
The recommendations in the Iaith y Pridd (Language of the Land) report, published this week by Farming Connect, will be shared with Welsh Government
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The steps being taken by a Welsh upland farm to reduce its environmental impact will be shared with farmers during a Farming Connect live broadcast
Following The First Minister Mark Drakeford announced his intention to develop a National Forest for Wales in his manifesto commitments in 2018. He...
Written statement from Lesley Griffiths, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs: Today I am announcing over £106 million of investment in