Available during the spring and summer seasons
The food we eat has a huge environmental impact, including contributing to climate change, habitat loss and pollution, as well as having implications for social justice in a world where 795 million people still don’t have enough to eat. While the issues are highly complicated, it’s essential that we start to address them and that we provide tasty, healthy alternatives to help with the transition to a better food system.
CAT's Pulse Trail explores the issues through a celebration of pulses, looking at the environmental and health benefits of beans, peas and seeds as an alternative source of protein to meat and dairy. The trail also encourages people to grow their own and provides inspiration for cooking delicious low impact dishes.
Restoring Ancient Woodland to Mid-Wales with Adam Thorogood
The Woodland Trust's Adam Thorogood will talk us through restoring ancient woodland to the UK and Wales with stunning examples of success in the landscape surrounding CAT.
5th April 2017
5pm – Café open
7pm – Talk begins
This talk is FREE