The Guardian’s Country Diary visits Denmark Farm

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.

About Mara

Facilities & Events Manager at Denmark Farm, often making the coffee and showing people where to park!

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