NFFN Farm Visit – Glanllyn Farm, St Asaph
This is a great opportunity to see farming with nature in action and hear first-hand the benefits of nature-friendly farming approaches. This is also a chance to meet other like-minded nature-friendly farmers, share knowledge and experience and learn new things.
On Tuesday 17th May at 2pm, Sam Kenyon is hosting a farm walk and talk at her farm, Glanllyn, St Asaph.
You can book via the link Eventbrite link at the bottom of this page , or feel free to e-mail Rhys – email@example.com for more information.
Glanllyn Farm, St. Asaph, Denbighshire – 2pm, Tuesday 17th May
Although from a farming background, Sam didn’t start working in agriculture until her mid-thirties. Now living on the banks of the River Elwy in North Wales, Glanllyn Farm comprises of lowland fertile flood plain and ancient steep woodland where she produces high-quality lamb, goats, turkeys and eggs from pasture-fed hens.The health and biodiversity of their farmland and livestock is their top priority and they have undergone flood resilience work to repair the river’s damaged banks.
Sam believes strongly that a biodiverse and regenerative approach to farming and our soils are key to reversing the global climate crisis. By re-sowing maize fields with species rich permanent pasture mixes as well as planting hedgerows and trees, Sam is working for soil resilience, reduced erosion, increased carbon sequestration all year round and a complete regenerative system encompassing livestock and nature. Sam has also recently established a smalls scale horticulture enterprise aimed at selling fresh produce to local residents.
For more information, or to book your place click here.