Permaculture Projects in Wales

Prosiectau paramaethu yng Nghymru

Mae safleoedd arddangos gwych yng Nghymru a phrosiectau ysbrydoledig lle gallwch weld paramaethu. Dyma ddetholiad: cewch ymweld â rhai, mae rhai yn rhedeg cyrsiau ac mae rhai yn croesawu gwirfoddolwyr. Mae'n bwysig i ofyn yn gyntaf a oes angen trefnu ymweliad o flaen llaw. Os am ychwanegu eich prosiect  cysylltwch â ni.

Permaculture projects in Wales

There are some great demonstration sites in Wales and some inspiring projects where you can see permaculture in action. Here is a selection: some you can visit, some run courses and some take volunteers. Please check first whether you need to book your visit. To add your project here please contact us.

Please note places are added in good faith. Presence on the map does not imply any endorsement by Paramaethu Cymru.

Project Project Desciption
Llananant Farm

Llananant Farm is a 52 acre organic farm in the heart of the lovely Monmouthshire countryside, being developed with permaculture principles.  We farm sheep, cattle, pigs, goats and poultry, with a large kitchen garden, orchard, ancient coppiced woodland, ponds and new forest garden. 

Llanfyllin Transition Project
Made in Mach

Permaculture, Food, Teaching, Festivals and lovely Mid Wales

Mike and Lucy Evans

The site is a part of Coed Panteg a Woodland coop near Ferryside. We have a 100m by 20m plot with an orchard, willow hedge, fruit bushes and a Hugel Kultur mound.

Permanent Housing Cooperative
Pumlumon project

A pioneering, science-based project to revive the ecology and economy of the Welsh uplands

Rheola Walled Garden

Rheola Walled Garden is leased by Glynneath Training Centre, a community organisation, who are developing the site to offer a range of training to include gardening, rural crafts and personal development.

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Sudd Cymru
Swansea Biochar
The Cynefin Permaculture Project
Tir Penrhos Isaf
Tyddyn Teg
UpFront Gardens
Uplands Farm

Uplands Farm is a 9 acre site a mile out of Laugharne, Carmarthenshire with: A passive house and passive farm building conversions; solar water and pV and air source heat pump and air circulation systems; 11kW wind turbine; ¾ acre woodland in coups for coppicing at different periods; ½ acre Forest Garden with annual vegetables included in 10-year rotation, ponds and ducks; House garden and two home-made small polytunnels.

 

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