Reclaim the Fields are delighted to invite you to volunteer at Chagfood and Steward Wood from 7-16 May.
A four-year-old Welsh cob cross Dartmoor pony is revolutionising farming. Samson is the heart of a project that keeps time-tested skills alive and proves that resilient low impact farming in the UK can be profitable. This is a taste of the the future of British farms amid peak oil: Chagfood. Chagfood has been featured on Radio 4 as a "radical farming model for the UK's future".
Steward Wood, four miles away, is a pioneering permaculture project which fought the planning system and won permission for their community to integrate conservation woodland management techniques with organic growing, traditional skills and crafts and low-impact sustainable living.
Chagfood & Steward Wood
7-16 May: last chance to book
Only 5 places left
A Reclaim the Field Trip from wwolfing.wordpress.com
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You will need warm clothes and thermals, a tent and sleeping bag for Chagfood, outdoor clothes for muddy work, a waterproof coat, steel toe-cap boots or wellies, a torch and – of course – bucketloads of enthusiasm for sustainable living!
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