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‘One Planet’ communities in rural Wales will make the most of their  assets to strengthen their local economies.

They would manage the land sustainably using organic horticulture and agroforestry and mixed woodland.

Horticulture smallholding with solar panels on barn roof.
Horticulture smallholding with solar panels on barn roof.
Hens kept free range in agroforestry plantation.
Hens kept free range in agroforestry plantation.
Cows grazing in an agroforestry plantation.
Cows grazing in an agroforestry plantation.
Sheep grazing in an agroforestry plantation
Sheep grazing in an agroforestry plantation.
Orchard and pond for aquaculture and land drainage.
Orchard and pond for aquaculture and land drainage.
Polytunnel and horticulture farmstead.
Polytunnel and horticulture farmstead.
Tao Wimbush milking a cow at Lammas.
Tao Wimbush milking a cow at Lammas.
Horticulture raised beds for market gardening.
Horticulture raised beds for market gardening.
Flower garden – flowers grown round the year for sale.
Flower garden – flowers grown round the year for sale.

This would enable them to supply much of their own needs and their local areas and beyond with products and produce from the land.

Hoppi Wimbiush delivering milk at Lammas
Hoppi Wimbiush delivering milk at Lammas
Farmers market
Farmers market
Farmers market
Farmers market
Harvesting vegetables to take to the farmers market
Harvesting vegetables to take to the farmers market

They would have the option of using the distinguishing ‘one planet’ label for their produce, like these products from other Welsh ‘One Planet’ Developments:

They will provide pleasant places to live that are zero carbon, non-polluting and healthy and for everyone of all ages and abilities. Here are some inspirational examples from around the world:

The Viva! Project, Christchurch, New Zealand
The Viva! Project, Christchurch, New Zealand
The Regen Project, Amsterdam, Holland
The Regen Project, Amsterdam, Holland
Squeaky Bean Farm which supplies a restaurant in Denver
Squeaky Bean Farm which supplies a restaurant in Denver
Sustainable neighborhood built around a farm in Sacramento, California, USA
Sustainable neighborhood built around a farm in Sacramento, California, USA
The Regen Project, Amsterdam, Holland
The Regen Project, Amsterdam, Holland
Hoppi Wimbush from Lammas, Pembrokeshire with some flowers she grows for sale as a business
Hoppi Wimbush from Lammas, Pembrokeshire with some flowers she grows for sale as a business
Ty Solar prototype zero carbon home in Ceredigion made from Welsh timber
Ty Solar prototype zero carbon home in Ceredigion made from Welsh timber
Solar and wind-powered off-the-grid homes in Hockerton farm and eco-village, Nottinghamshire.
Solar and wind-powered off-the-grid homes in Hockerton farm and eco-village, Nottinghamshire.
Solar and wind-powered off-the-grid homes in Hockerton farm and eco-village, Nottinghamshire.
Solar and wind-powered off-the-grid homes in Hockerton farm and eco-village, Nottinghamshire.