This week, we were thrilled to see that writer Jim Perrin has recently visited Denmark Farm. His account is published in the Guardian’s Country Diary, and is a fantastic reflection of everything we are trying to achieve here:
“Hedgerows unbattered by over-dense livestock containment are burgeoning”
“Butterflies and moths dance and feed here as if in thankfulness”
“Rather than desolation-by-progress, here is a work-in-progress, to be observed in hopeful pleasure for decades to come”
We couldn’t agree more. Thanks Jim!
To see Jim’s full article, go to http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2011/nov/11/country-diary-lampeter-ceredigion
View across Denmark Farm
Come and see for yourself how “Metallic hues of ubiquitous Euro-grass have given place to natural greens” .
Visit http://shared-earth-trust.org.uk/en/ for more information.