Long-time WRFFC supporter, seed supplier and campaigner, Kate McEvoy, describes what is happening with legislation at the moment - and why we should all care.
Holly Butterworth from Natural Resources Wales - a new WRFFC sponsor for 2022 - introduces "systems thinking", a tool that may help with considering the complex problems facing food and farming.
In this sponsor's blog from Coed Cadw / The Woodland Trust, Jerry Langford explores "land sharing" - with trees as important partners.
A burger bun is much, much more than a means of transporting the burger to the mouth! Steven Jacobs (Co-founder of the Wales Real Food and Farming Conference and Business Development Manager of WRFFC sponsors, Organic Farmers & Growers CIC) takes us on journey into this largely ignored food item.
Simon Wright, the Director of Food and Rural Economy at the University of Wales Trinity St David welcomes WRFFC to Lampeter and introduces the vision and aspirations for the University's new Canolfan Tir Glas.
Conference organizer, Jane Powell looks for light in these dark times - and feels that WRFFC22 could help.
Mae Rhodri Elfyn Jones (ffermwr ac aelod CGFFfC) yn bwrw golwg dros CGFFfC21 ac yn credu ei bod hi mor bwysig i ni ym meysydd amaeth a bwyd ddod ynhyd. In this blog, Rhodri Elfyn Jones (farmer and member of WRFFC) looks back at WRFFC21 and concludes that it is vital that those working in agriculture and food come together.
Holly Tomlinson, from sponsors Landworkers' Alliance, reflects on the lessons, challenges and the overwhelming experience of being at COP26.
In this sponsor's blog, John Richards of Hybu Cig Cymru introduces their practical guide to helping Wales' sheep and beef sectors lead the way in sustainable farming.
Steven Jacobs from WRFFC21 sponsors, Organic Farmers & Growers (and co-founder of the Conference) reminds us that we, the people, can make all the difference to the environmental and social problems around us.