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Integrating Farming and Forestry

Farm Woodland Forum annual meeting

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Trees and Livestock - Buckinghamshire

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Organic farming statistics 2018

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10 May 2019
Agroecological transitions

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In adversity, what are farmers doing to be more resilient?

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Changes at Organic Centre Wales

Category: News
28 August 2015


OCW at the Royal Welsh in 2013

The Better Organic Business Links project (BOBL) at Organic Centre Wales ends on 31st August, which means today (Friday) is the last day when dedicated staff are employed at IBERS (Aberystwyth University) to make it all happen. Our best wishes go to Dafydd, Tony, Jane and everyone else involved, with many thanks for all your efforts on behalf of organic farming in Wales. Organic Centre Wales will continue to be operated by its partner organisations ORC, ADAS and IBERS, with the helpline, website, e-bulletin, social media (facebook,twitter), producer survey, presence at the Royal Welsh and Winter Fair, and policy advice to Welsh Government continuing into 2016. We will be working to secure funding for future activities as opportunities arise. Further information is available from Nic Lampkin at ORC.

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