Human beings are really good at seeing patterns – especially ones that we are already familiar with. This is why we identify faces in the clouds, on the fronts of cars and even on our pizzas! Once we have become familiar with a particular pattern, we find it easy to pick it out in the … Continue reading What do you see?
At the end of May, a community cob oven will be constructed by volunteers from the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens who have kindly agreed to support the construction of the oven itself as a training project. However, to protect the oven from the worst of the Welsh weather we need a shelter. So we … Continue reading Support our Community Cob Oven Project
Here in west Wales we are blessed with beautiful countryside – woodlands and streams, hills and valleys, meadows and lakes. And not a single one of them is entirely natural. Our whole landscape has been influenced by people. We have farmed it, harvested wood from it, built on it, planted things on it and generally … Continue reading Not as natural as you might think
Many thanks to everyone involved in our Grand Winter Raffle – the first time we’ve attempted such a thing! We raised £700 from ticket sales as well as additional donations at each of the craft events. This sort of fundraising is really important for a small charity like The Shared Earth Trust, but more than … Continue reading Grand Winter Raffle
If you are looking for somewhere to suit the whole family this Easter, without costing the earth, then look no further than the self-catering Eco Lodge at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre. Nestled in a peaceful valley, between the Cambrian Mountains and Cardigan Bay coast, in undiscovered West Wales, Denmark Farm offers a huge range of opportunities for families who … Continue reading Family Friendly Easter Eco Escape