"I went from revved-up farmer to farming with nature", says Hywel
Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales
At Esgairllaethdy, a 230-acre upland farm on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, Hywel grazes his cattle to boost the land’s biodiversity. He plants thousands of trees every year in hedgerows and believes that biodiverse-rich upland farms are underestimated for the amount of carbon they sequester through rich tapestries of grasses and mosses. “I’ve gone from being a revved-up farmer to farming with nature.”
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