Drilling Hyde Hall Farm 2013 Once cultivations have been completed and a good seed bed has been achieved then the drilling of crops for next year can begin…. Drilling is very time crucial and weather dependent.
Farmers Weekly visited our Chatham Green site recently and were very interested in our project.
Our Farming Diary at Chatham Green…….. Now that harvesting has been completed at Chatham Green, cultivations are underway to establish a seedbed for the following crop.
Tuesday morning saw nearly 100 staff from Westborough School visit our Chatham Green Project to engage with the outdoor learning opportunities at our wonderful ‘living classroom’.
The Wilderness Foundation was delighted to be joined by The High Sheriff of Essex, Mrs. Julia Abel Smith DL on Monday 10th June 2013 for the occasion of breaking ground on the new visitor/education centre attached to the Chatham Green Project.
The Wilderness Foundation UK is looking for an experienced and passionate Environmental Educator to support our Chatham Green Project
On 6th June 2013, the Wilderness Foundation visited to Essex Schools Food and Farming Day as exhibitors at Writtle College. We met 3,000 children and explained to them the importance of creating wildflower areas on farms.