We have a growing network of producers (of the land, sea and air!)
Trees, Power, Fish and sea salad, vegetables, milk, community gardens, community orchards, networks of producers, timber products, allotments, community farms.
To see yourself here please get in touch via our contact form
EcoDewi exists to try to tackle the climate emergency and the biodiversity crisis whilst simultaneously improving community wellbeing in the St. David’s Peninsula.
It’s about local people … helping with local issues … and benefiting our local natural environment... complementing action to support our county, nation and the planet.
Car y Mor
Câr-Y-Môr’s vision is to create jobs producing sustainable and local seafood while simultaneously improving the coastal environment and people’s diets and wellbeing.
Farm Fresh Non-Homogenised Milk From FarmTo Front Door.
Glebelands Farmers Market
Glebelands Market Garden is an eight acre organic site near Cardigan,West Wales.We grow onsite and run a farmshop which is open to the public.
The Scandinavian styled design homes – clad in locally sourced Douglas Fir –are not only pleasing to the eye but help in the fight to reduce carbon emissions.
We provide sustainable eco buildings and frameworks using natural roundwood timber, for anyone who wants to build in a low impact way, from self builders and community groups to eco-tourism providers.
Cilgerran Fruit and Nuts club
Our community group plans to design, plant & maintain a ‘forest garden’, inviting people to come together with others in this shared project
Dig for victory
This is a new exciting project which has been funded by the Armed Forces Covenant. We are aiming to encourage ex military personnel along with members of the community to get involved in our Gardening project. Whether planting seeds, building bird boxes and benches, designing a flower garden or just coming along to take in the views looking out to sea at St. Ishmael's. All are welcome.
Narberth Allotments is a not for profit community organisation that provides allotments on the outskirts of Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Community Allotments on PCC land in Llangwm
Permaculture is for everyone! Farmers, gardeners, builders, planners, therapists, craftspeople have all benefited from learning the principles of permaculture.
Visit their site to find out more
Pencoed Community Garden
We currently have around fifty members who spend at least four hours a week working in teams to grow incredible organic fruit and veg. We've massively cut down on supermarket shopping, and our ultimate aim is to to be as self-sufficient as possible by growing more and more varieties all year-round.