Tag Archives: building

Great Community Support for Cob Cooking

We have just 7 days remaining for our crowdfunded earth oven campaign and we’ve been overjoyed with the fantastic response from donors who (at of time of writing) have contributed £1,315.00 toward our £1,500.00 target. So, from all of us at Denmark Farm, thank you so much for your support. All our backers will be … Continue reading Great Community Support for Cob Cooking »

Building Sustainability into Holidays

After years of planning and fundraising the new Denmark Farm ’Eco Holiday’ units are going up fast and we are all set to welcome guests from early 2013. The new accommodation will provide ‘Visit Wales’ 3 star standard accommodation at an affordable cost. As well as using sustainably sourced timber for the main frame, we … Continue reading Building Sustainability into Holidays »

Building Green Futures at Denmark Farm

  After years of careful planning, negotiation and fundraising, we’re finally on the road with our new eco-accommodation for visitors. Along with the usual spring feathered migrants, Cartrefi Dyfed have arrived at Denmark Farm and are moving on with the timber frame construction.  Pied flycatchers, warblers and blackcaps are singing their heads off all around … Continue reading Building Green Futures at Denmark Farm »

Powered by the Sun

Denmark Farm Conservation Centre is now completely powered by the sun! Our existing Solar Hot Water System has now been augmented by 4KW of Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Panels supplying all our electricity needs (whilst the sun is shining). The Solar PV was installed by local firm Caron Alternative Energy.  Caron employees have heroically worked through … Continue reading Powered by the Sun »

Things can only get wetter!

The capacity of natural processes to renew and clean water is amazing.  Soil filters water on its way to wells and springs.  Plants and microorganisms act as a biological purifier.  At Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, we are harnessing these natural attributes to create a Wetland Ecosystem Treatment (WET) System, in anticipation of increased sewerage loads … Continue reading Things can only get wetter! »