The COVID-19 pandemic is a stark reminder of our dysfunctional relationship with nature, environment and our food with studies linking the disease to the collapse of ecosystems and wildlife destruction. We need to rethink how we approach and value food, nature, the environment and our economy. It’s vital that we ensure a Green Recovery to build back better after … Continue reading NFFN Cymru and a Green Recovery: How farming can be the solution
Soil Association’s Head of Farming in Wales, Haydn Evans, talks to us about some of the major issues facing organic farming in Wales.
Jane Powell introduces the 2020 Conference...
Our final guest blog is by Conference sponsors, the Farmers' Union of Wales, who describe the benefits that Welsh farming brings to rural areas.
Hybu Cig Cymru - Meat Promotion Wales will be showcasing their Red Meat Development Programme at WRFFC19.
Conference sponsors, Garden Organic, have a history of putting organic gardening principles into practice - and it's something we can all do....
"Food sovereignty should be in all of our minds": sponsors, Landworkers' Alliance Cymru explain more.
Agricultural policy has failed wildlife and many Welsh farmers, but we have a chance to build a new system, argues Arfon Williams, RSPB Cymru
Steven Jacobs of Organic Farmers and Growers, a sponsor of WRFFC, reflects on how new routes to market and other changes are generating some good news stories for Welsh farmers.
Mae BioArloesedd Cymru yn hybu sgiliau yn y diwydiant bwyd-amaeth. Bioinnovation Wales is promoting skills in the agri-food industry.