It’s important to us to provide opportunities for people interested in engaging with local, sustainable food production. As a small farm that is succeeding in growing vegetables for our local community, we want to share our skills so others can do the same and start their own projects – or get involved with ours!
Our applications for the 2024 growing season is now open! Tyddyn Teg is looking for two to three trainees to join us for the 2024 growing season (beginning of April to end of September). We grow 50+ different crops agroecologically on about 8 acres, and are constantly working to improve the sustainability and efficiency of our farming operation. There will be lots of hands-on experience with the practicalities of running this operation plus half a day per week of classroom-based learning on the theoretical aspects of agroecological farming, which we will open up to a small number of interested members of the local community. So if you or someone you know would like to train with us next year, either full time with accommodation, food and board and a stipend, find more info and how to apply here
It’s important to be able to engage in your local food system, and for communities keep the skills needed to grow their own food! Therefore, we want to provide the opportunity to get your hands dirty and spend a day really getting involved in your food – from seed all the way to your plate! We generally have a volunteer day once a month. We also provide a delicious lunch made from all the tasty vegetables you have spent your day to help flourish.
Our volunteer days are usually on the second Tuesday of each month so you can plan ahead!
We are currently hosting volunteer days every Tuesday! Pop on down at 10am with sturdy footwear, no need to sign up. We can’t wait to meet you!
We have a few local, recurring volunteers who come to help us out on the farm regularly. If you are local and want to come lend a hand, reach out to us!
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