20th July 2020
During this festival, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at the role that rural Wales can play in ensuring the well-being of this and future generations in Wales, tackling the climate and ecological crisis we face, talking to politicians, decision makers and innovators across the environment and farming sectors.
The events are all free to watch.
There is no need to book in advance for the vast majority of the events.
On the day there will be a link to click to watch the live stream of the discussions on YouTube. People will be able to submit questions beforehand via the website, or comment on YouTube (if the person has a YouTube account) as the discussion takes place.
There are a few activities which will need pre-booking (yoga and other practical activity sessions) and the links to book these will be up on the website.
OF&G organic licensees feature in the Future Food Systems section of the programme throughout the day on Tuesday 21 July - https://greenrecovery.wales/tuesday/
11am - A Welsh Food System Fit For Future Generations - Live discussion featuring Graeme Wilson of Slade Farm
4pm Land Sparing v Land Sharing – Jane Davidson Chairing - Live discussion featuring Mark Lea of Green Acres Farm
6pm From Farm to Fork - Live discussion featuring Polly Davies of Slade Farm.
Green Recovery Wales is a coalition of 9 environmental organisations and charities in Wales. This coalition includes:
RSPB Cymru, National Trust Wales, WWF Cymru, Coed Cadw, Wildlife Trust, Black Mountains College, Organic Growers & Farmers, Food, Farming and Countryside Commission & Nature Friendly Farmers Network.