Farm Visit – Tyddyn Isaf & Morfa Madryn Nature Reserve
Following our Nature Means Business conference, our NFFN steering group members will be hosting farm visits across the UK. This is a great opportunity to see farming with nature in action and these tours will provide an insight into how nature can positively impact business, through reduced inputs and improved natural capital. This is also a chance to meet other like-minded nature-friendly farmers!
All farm visits are free and spaces are limited. Book your place on any of the below farm visits by emailing Rhys – firstname.lastname@example.org. Name, email address and phone number will be required to book.
Hilary is Chair of NFFN Cymru and farms in North Wales and her main holding is a 66-acre upland farm with mountain rights on Llanllechid common. She also rents and manages the grazing on a range of SSSIs and nature reserves. Hilary is passionate about nature and wildlife and has found that it can fit into our farming system. She is keen to reduce inputs and manage the land and livestock, as naturally as possible. This tour includes a walk to look at conservation grazing at Morfa Madryn Nature Reserve.
Tea, coffee and cakes on arrival.
Tal-y-bont, Bangor, UK