Agri-activism volunteering

14 June 2017

Every summer, we pair up four volunteers with placements on a beautiful, community-supported organic farm in Wales. But this isn't ordinary WWOOFing – the farm is run by Gerald Miles, a prominent campaigner who has been at the heart of the anti-GM movement in the UK for decades.

Volunteers get hands-on experience in working on a farm rooted at the heart of a local community, as well as involvement in planning and delivering work to make the local area GM- and pesticide-free. Applications usually open at the start of each year – you'll find them in the news section of our website, and on our Facebook and Twitter.

Read about the experiences of the first batch of volunteers from 2016 here.

Here's Gerald Miles talking about the future of food: