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Open Day – Coed Talylan

Come and visit Coed Talylan for their spring time open day!

When: Sunday, 18th March, 11am to 4pm

Where: Coed Talylan (SA19 9DR)

Coed Talylan will be presenting their plans to develop the woodland as a “One Planet” co-housing project for two low-impact dwellings.

It’s mushroom log inoculation season so come along at 11 for a chance to inoculate a …

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Latest Newsletter, Issue No.7

In this, our summer newsletter of 2017, we have links to updates about our current projects as well as the courses and events we promote on behalf of our members.

Follow the link below and thank you for your support.

Newsletter, Summer 2017, Issue No.7



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OPD Jam: Review

In April we ran an experimental “OPD Jam”. Twelve adults, two children and a dog set about trying to write an OPD application in a weekend. Of course, this was a little over ambitious, really, the goal was to get a feel for the practical aspects of writing an OPD application.

For those of you new to the term “OPD” …

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A People’s Food Policy

Published on the 26th June 2017, A People’s Food Policy is a grassroots initiative offering direct policy recommendations for a better food and farming system in the UK. It is a collaboration between the many groups and organisations active in the food sovereignty network and those working for a more just and sustainable food system.

Currently, the work is being …

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A Place for Mass Heaters

In the UK the idea of how to heat a home and how to conserve heat seems to have been muddled up considerably over the years. Perhaps it has been the relatively changing weather within our present interglacial period that has made it unpredictable what building techniques and designs best to use. For example, during the last hundred years, periods

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Newsletter, Winter Issue No.6

If you haven’t received our latest newsletter through our email list you can read it by following the link below:

Newsletter, Winter Issue No.6


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There are still a few places left on our Mushroom Cultivation course running next month at Red Pig Farm. An excellent time to come and visit these woodlands rich in fungal diversity and learn more about the weird and wonderful world of fungi.



This three day course will provide you with a background in the fascinating world of fungal …

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Newsletter, Issue No.5

Read our latest newsletter here:

Newsletter, Issue No. 5

If you’d like to keep up to date with all the ALT news just sign up to our newsletter.…

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Finding the Plot

What’s happening to the back to land movement? Where was the exodus of disillusioned urbanites seeking to Reclaim the Fields and occupy the farm? When will the hordes of weekly waged and weary precariats realise that the grass in greener, and there’s more of it, outside the city walls? In the face of the manifold social economic and ecological crisis …

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August Volunteer Weekend

Come and help us on the 13th & 14th August

We’ll be clearing our top growing area and trying to figure out how to resurrect a greenhouse.

Lots of lovely food and a campfire in the evening. Oh Yes and our new cob oven!

Contact us for more information.…

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