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The Real Farm Festival

Find out more about sustainable agriculture at this year's Real Farm Festival

Sustainable farming is becoming increasingly important as more and more people switch to ethically produced food. The Real Farm Festival offers you the opportunity to see eco-farming up close, with many examples of the practices, techniques, and philosophy on show to illustrate the advantages of eco-farming. The weekend will include a number of talks on the issues surrounding greener agriculture, led by experts such as Keith Tyrell, CEO of the Pesticide Action Network and Colin Tudge, co-founder of the Campaign for Real Farming. There will be live music provided by a range of artists for entertainment for all ages. In addition, workshops will offer an interactive element for those eager to try a hands-on approach to understanding and enjoying eco-farming, and its significance in the wider green debate.

When: June 17-19th

Where: Church Farm, Ardeley, Hertfordshire

Cost: Adults £50, Concessions £40, Ages 5-16 £25, Under 5 Free

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