Author: Horticulture Wales

Horticulture Wales 2019 Review

2019 was a busy year for Horticulture Wales. As we look forward into 2020, we thought now is a good time to review what we’ve achieved over the past 12 months. Here’s out 2019 review: We can’t wait to work… Read more »

Horticulture Wales Stakeholder Meeting

On 11th December the Horticulture Wales team all went to our Stakeholder Meeting at Cultivate, Newtown. Cultivate is a social enterprise linking food and community. Cultivate aims address many of the issues associated with the modern food system, and working towards… Read more »

Horticulture Wales in the News – December 2019

This month we’ve had the following press coverage: Horticulture Wales paints a festive picture with businesses in Flintshire and Wrexham More Christmas treats from Ty pawb Horticulture Wales project backing for small businesses who ‘support local’ this Christmas

Grower Pack: The Vale of Clwyd Denbigh Plum

Horticulture Wales, in conjunction with ADAS, produced a grower pack, available for all growers and producers, to give guidelines on all aspects of compliance in respect of Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status. This pack is available as a download… Read more »

Case study: The Woodland Skills Centre

Last week Rod Waterfield from the Woodland Skill Centre chatted with us about the work they do, what they’ve done with Horticulture Wales and the future of Welsh Horticulture. We hope you’re inspired by his positive outlook on the future… Read more »