Training Workshops & Events

Below you will find information on the workshops and events happening at the Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust. Click on the links below to jump to specific areas of interest.

July-17-team-mow.jpgScythe, Peening and Hand Hay Making Workshops



graft tree buds removedOther courses and workshops, including an Apple Tree Grafting workshop.



Events, including All Year Round and other events

Volunteer Workdays, usually held on the second Sunday of every month.

Guided Tours of Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust

Contact us for more information or to book on to a workshop


Guided Tours of the Trust

The Dyfed Smallholders in the annual vegatable garden.

The Dyfed Smallholders enjoying a tour of the annual vegatable garden.

Guided tours of the land and gardens of the Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust can be arranged and will give you a first hand opportunity to see and hear about what happens on the farm and the philosophy behind it. Questions are always welcome and tours can be focused on the particular interest of your group. There is always something of interest to see and visits are welcome all year round.

A tour cost from £20 and generally lasts for about two hours.

Please contact us for more information or to book a visit.
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1 Response to Training Workshops & Events

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed our recent visit to the permaculture farm together with some members of the Rydlewis and Distict gardening Club. We have not long moved to West wales from the city of Bristol. What a different way of life here. We have a small cottage near to the village of ffostrasol,with about one third on an acre of garden in which we have started to produce lots of vegetables and flowers. We also celebrate the turning of the wheel of the year and this year we have celebrated the Samhuin together with new friends, honouring our ancestors and the spirit of land where we now live. It is such a beautiful landscape.

    I look forward to visiting the farm again in he not too distant future and if I have time may be able to help a bit with some of the work that goes on there.

    Many thanks Philip for your very warm welcome and interesting talk and infomative guide around the farm .
    Best wishes for the winter season.
    Jim and Nina Milton

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