Leveling up - agri-activism blog #2

6 July 2017

Last year, four young people from across Europe spent the summer volunteering on a cooperatively-run organic farm in Wales, learning first-hand how sustainable local farming works, and how to campaign against GMOs and pesticides at the local level. This summer, the project is back – and our first volunteer, Juta from Estonia, shares her experiences 'levelling-up' on a number of different issues in the Welsh countryside...

1. Phones

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 2. The weather

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3. The evolution of bread

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View from the caravan at the farm 

view from the farm in Wales

4. Political campaigning

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5. Music

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Ukulele

Tintin and the Brexit plan

6. Nettles: from pain to food

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7. The path to eating (and drinking) flowers

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Elderflowers

8. The story of the cliffs

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9. Adventures at sea

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10. Weeding and needlework

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Sun over St David's

 

11. The British obsession with tea (and beer)

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12. From Hollywood to real action

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13. Activism!

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