Farm Walk: Caerhys Farm, Pembrokeshire

18 July 2013 16:30 - 18 July 2013 19:30

Rupert Dunn,Caerhys Farm,Berea,St Davids,Pembrokeshire,SA62 6DX 

Farm Background: Caerhys Farm is on the picturesque coastline of North Pembrokeshire. We produce pasture fed Welsh Black beef and pork. We also grow vegetables for our CSA scheme, Caerhys Organic Community Agriculture (COCA); the CSA members currently number 42 households. The members of COCA are very much involved on our farm, attending work days, workshops and events. The CSA has created the opportunity for Caz, our grower, to return to the farm full time, maintaining a future for a small farm. For more information, please visit our website here www.coca-csa.org   

16:30pm - Arrival with refreshments
17:00 - Farmer/Grower host will provide and overview of the holding and what to expect to see on the walk.
17:15 – 19:15 approximately – Farm Walk
19:15 – Departure

To book your place(s)
Attendance is free but advanced booking is absolutely essential. We will send out directions prior to the walk.



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