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All Year: April to September
Area (ha): 2.5
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 31534
Country: Wales

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Last Updated: March 10, 2016

Hello! We are a six and a half acre holding using permaculture principles. We run a small No-Dig market garden with two large polytunnels, edible shelterbelts, top, bush and cane fruit . Farmgate sales. We've planted 2 acres of native trees, and species for coppicing. Human scale with minimal use of machinery.

We would like people interested in growing sustainably on a small scale who have a little experience of growing veg. Must be keen to work!

Currently in caravans, we're now building a straw bale house - so there is often the opportunity to be involved in green building if volunteers would like to.

Qualified in horticulture, background in fine art and photography, we also have an interest in fine art, green woodworking, scything, breadmaking, preserving, making things.

Basic static caravan accomodation, own shower. Compost toilet.
Self catering with food provided, shared evening meal once or twice a week.

We're overlooked by the Frenni Fawr - situated at the east of the Preseli Range, great for walking, 7 miles from the Pembrokeshire coastal path and some lovely beaches when we get too hot or tired!
Thanks, Debbie and Julian.

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