The future of food is local and the Community Land Advisory Service Cymru (CLAS Cymru) wants to give landowners and estate managers an opportunity to play your part in providing a resilient and local food system here in Wales. Community Supported Agriculture brings farmers and communities together. Responsibilities, risks and rewards are shared. The farmer guarantees produce (dairy, fruit, vegetables, meat or honey) and people who live relatively locally sign up as members and pay every month for the food they receive. There is now a huge demand for CSA in Wales as people become more aware of the food they eat and desire sustainable lifestyles. CLAS are supporting communities to gain land for CSA and community growing in both urban and rural areas.
If you are interested in helping to provide land to create a more sustainable food system and have a local, more resilient model of food production then please come along to Caldicot Castle on Tuesday, 17 November (10.00am – 1.30pm). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.