The second WRFFC was meant to be so much easier than the first... Jane Powell reviews the 2020 Conference.
John Richards from sponsors Hybu Cig Cymru - Meat Promotion Wales discusses new work looking at Wales' red meat sector and the environment.
Garden Organic, one of our sponsors for 2020, explain that organic growing means more than just going without chemicals.
In this Sponsor's blog, Steven Jacobs from Organic Farmers & Growers and the Welsh Grain Forum reflects on a tough year that still has positive lessons.
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...
Steven Jacobs reflects on the inflexibility of our food system and says it's time to make a difference in Wales.
Tony Little, farming consultant and member of the Organic Growers’ Alliance, shares his reflections on the first Wales Real Food and Farming Conference. Earlier in the year, in the wake of the Oxford Real Farming Conference, a small group of Welsh producers and food activists got together to discuss a ‘real’ food and farming conference … Continue reading New food relationships in Wales could boost fruit and vegetable production
Our final guest blog is by Conference sponsors, the Farmers' Union of Wales, who describe the benefits that Welsh farming brings to rural areas.