The seasons have changed, crops have grown and campers are rolling in. It feels like life is buzzing here at Henbant.
I accidentally prepare a midnight feast for a mouse, bottle feed my first lamb, learn about the benefits of egg mobiles and doff my cap to our seedlings' first true leaves.
We've been building the beds for the market garden, watching out for lambs, eating our first harvest and enjoying time together.
The team walked the land at Henbant, weeded the market garden, rescued a few chickens and re-created Wes Anderson's Life Aquatic.
I've been looking after the chickens, seed sowing for the market/kitchen gardens and learning how to use a drill.
My first two weeks at Henbant have been filled with delicious food, laughter around the dinner table, roaring fires, cows, chickens, sheep, brambles and plenty of lessons in regenerative agriculture.
I get back in the community garden, harvest the fruit and veg and discover a rather unusual trombone squash.
Part three of a three-part mini series about the relationship between humans and nature, the divine and other humans.
I've been volunteering in a community garden for a few months now and wanted to share what 2 hours a week has given me.
How can observing nature help the people and planet thrive?