Discover the benefits of combining trees and crops in farming practices and take a tour around a new agroforestry smallholding in the foothills of Exmoor National Park. Cerys Dehaini (Architect, Smallholder, and Permaculture Designer) will share the knowledge and experience she has gained so far through setting up various agroforestry systems on her family's 20 acre site near Roadwater. Provided on a number of dates throughout March, each session will provide valuable insights on how we can all engage with sustainable agriculture and local food systems and how planting trees can give us hope for the future. This in-person event will be held at Higher Barn Farm every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in March. Don't miss out on this opportunity to spend time in nature and learn about this innovative approach to farming!
We are working on a range of events, education and training opportunities and will release more information soon - watch this space!
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