The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm is in Rushmere St Andrew to the East of Ipswich. The aim of farm is to produce good food all year round, with the lowest possibly carbon emissions, as a viable business – and having a good time while doing so.
The farm has a Community Supported Agriculture scheme (the first of its type in Suffolk) and is looking for new members for the 2013/14 year.
Two of the directors of this not-for-profit social enterprise, Eric Nelson and Joanne Mudhar, will be in the Hub on Wednesday 28 November to talk to anyone and everyone about the CSA.
So, if you would like to…
. Grow your own fresh vegetables, but struggle to find the time?
. Get involved in raising and caring for poultry?
. Meet likeminded people in a relaxed atmosphere?
. Make a real contribution to developing the local food economy?
. Unwind in a peaceful, natural environment?
… then come along and join The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Scheme!