CAN farms and wildlife co-exist? Turn Lyme Green will be exploring this question at the next event in a series of talks on environmentally-friendly food and farming.
The talk will be held on Tuesday, May 24 at The Driftwood Café in Lyme Regis Baptist Church, with guest speakers to include Laura Williams of Bulstone Springs Farm and In My Back Yard, and Paul Butter of The Axe Vale Conservation Society.
They will discuss the impacts of farming practices on wildlife, plant life and soil and how to it is possible to support local ecologies and ethical food production.
The work of the East Devon-based producer co-operative, In My Back Yard, which supports local ecologies and ethical grass-roots food systems, will also be covered.
“We are pleased to welcome our guest speakers sharing their knowledge and views on sustainable food and farming while protecting local wildlife and plant life, an important subject for us all”, said Laura Noel, chair of Turn Lyme Green.
Doors will open at 7pm for a 7.15pm start. Admission is free but donations are welcome, and refreshments will be available.
For more information visit the website turnlymegreen.co.uk