NFFN Wales farmers took part in numerous live discussions, webinars and videos at Green Recovery Wales – a virtual festival of farming, food and nature held between 20th and 23rd July. Click on the links below to hear what our nature friendly farmers had to say!
- NFFN Wales Steering Group farmer Teleri Fielden took part in a live panel event (Welsh language session) which looked at how agriculture can help create a better future for nature and the environment, the Welsh language and culture, food security and the rural economy.
- Teleri also produced this excellent video from the farm in North Wales, outlining what nature-friendly farming and eating less but better meat means for Wales.
- Polly Davies, Gerald Miles, Sam Kenyon and Emma Douglas took part in a Farm to Fork Session offering insight into their farm to fork initiatives and the importance of nature friendly farming.
- Join Rhys Evans as he takes a look at some of the different habitats and wildlife on the family farm in Meirionnydd – from the mountain to the meadows.
- Join Chris Clark (NFFN England Chair) and Gethin Owen (NFFN Wales Steering Group member) for this excellent webinar to learn more about how the Less is More approach can help achieve a more profitable, resilient business model for farming alongside a thriving natural environment.
- Hilary Kehoe (NFFN Wales Chair) and Emma Douglas delivered a great Conservation Grazing Webinar – full of useful advice, hints and tips.
The full programme of events can be found here
NFFN Cymru and a Green Recovery: How Farming can be the Solution
Nature friendly farming can help tackle the climate and ecological crises, support vibrant rural communities and economies, produce plentiful healthy sustainable food and improve public health. In order to help achieve this we urge all political parties to commit to the following 6 key asks…click here to find out more