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Last year, Food Sense Wales, with funding from Peas Please and facilitation by Social Farms and Gardens, ran a pilot of a small grants to fund equipment for small scale horticultural growers in Wales – growers who previously had minimal opportunities to access capital investment grants.
In a bid to help these smaller Welsh initiatives increase their production and in turn, increase people’s veg consumption, Food Sense Wales awarded small grants, worth between £2,500 and £5,000 grants to five food enterprises with no more than 5-Hectares of production land.
Join Dr Amber Wheeler as she discusses the results and impacts of the pilot project with those who received the grants - Nathan Richards from Henbant; Lara Bean from Angle Walled Garden; Emma Maxwell from Ash&Elm and Abel Pearson from Glasbren.
Last year, Food Sense Wales, with funding from Peas Please and facilitation by Social Farms and Gardens, ran a pilot of a small grants to fund equipment for small scale horticultural growers in Wales – growers who previously had minimal opportunities to access capital investment grants. In a bid to help these smaller Welsh initiatives increase their production and in turn, increase people’s veg consumption, Food Sense Wales awarded small grants, worth between £2,500 and £5,000 grants to five food enterprises with no more than 5-Hectares of production land. Join Dr Amber Wheeler as she discusses the results and impacts of the pilot project with those who received the grants - Nathan Richards from Henbant; Lara Bean from Angle Walled Garden; Emma Maxwell from Ash&Elm and Abel Pearson from Glasbren. read more read less

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