Category Archives: Sustainability

Good Green Fun at Denmark Farm Open Day

On Sunday 16th June, from 11am until 3pm, Denmark Farm will be opening its gates to all for a long-awaited Open Day. We have not held an Open Day for two years so we are really pulling out the stops to make this a memorable one.  The event will also celebrate the finale of our … Continue reading Good Green Fun at Denmark Farm Open Day »

Growing Success at Denmark Farm

Now that Spring has  finally arrived, we have an exciting season of plant themed workshops at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre. So if you are a budding plantaphile and want to get your hands dirty you still have time to join us. But do book soon as places are limited and filling up fast. Field Survey … Continue reading Growing Success at Denmark Farm »

Winter jobs for wildlife (and people!)

Here at Denmark Farm we have been busy finishing-off some winter wildlife jobs, with the help of our enthusiastic volunteers.  Before the end of March approaches, there’s still time to finish a few similar jobs in  your own garden or local patch. Aberystwyth Conservation volunteers have been stacking wood from our recently coppiced hedge – all … Continue reading Winter jobs for wildlife (and people!) »

2013 is Bigger and Better for Learning

We think that our 2013 course programme is our best ever! It certainly is our biggest ever with over 35 courses and workshops, developed in response to requests and feedback from all of you. We’ve packed in a feast of exciting new workshops around the theme of ‘Sustainable Food’: For all you budding gardeners out … Continue reading 2013 is Bigger and Better for Learning »

Warm, Woolly and Green

The snow, wind and rain have caused a few delays to the building schedule for our eco holiday accommodation. However, we’re keeping busy in the office, stocking up on some lovely eco-friendly soft furnishings ready for our first guests. Alphabeds near Llandysul are hand-making making our beds in their water powered workshop, with sustainably sourced … Continue reading Warm, Woolly and Green »