Davies, Robert
November 2002
Farmers Weekly;11/8/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 19, p72
Trade Publication
Deals with the opportunity given to Tim Bevan, a former agricultural college lecturer to develop an organic farm around the perimeter of the National Botanic Garden of Wales via a Millennium Commission-funded project. Terms of the grant received by Bevan to develop the farm; Stock levels of the farm; Range of crops that Bevan wants to use in the farm.


Related Articles

  • Bevan tops U.K. Film Council. Jaafar, Ali // Daily Variety;6/18/2009, Vol. 303 Issue 52, p33 

    The article announces that Tim Bevan was appointed chairman of public sector funding organization the U.K. Film Council.

  • national policy UPDATE.  // Certified Organic;Jul2011, p29 

    The article offers updates on the national policy related to organic farming in the U.S. It cites the 125.5 billion dollars funding bill appropriated by the House Appropriations Committee for the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It notes the...

  • Is Organic Farming the Solution for the Future of Walloon Agriculture? Burny, Philippe; Debode, Frédéric // Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference: Rural De;2013, Vol. 6, p514 

    Organic farming is considered to be one of the solutions for the problems of sustainability faced today by the agricultural sector. This paper describes the growth of the Walloon organic sector during the last years thanks to the support of the regional authorities through financial incentives...

  • What's budding in B.C.? Wells, Chris; Macey, Anne // Canadian Organic Grower;Fall2008, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p41 

    This section offers news briefs related to organic growers in British Columbia (B.C.). The provincial agriculture and lands ministry offered the farmers of B.C. to have an organic extension agent for two years under extended funding. The International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA) held...

  • Organic SHORTFALL. Clayton, Chris // Progressive Farmer;Winter2017, pST-12 

    The article discusses the shortfall in the organic food market including the gap between supply and demand in organic and non-GMO markets which made farmers focus on the transitional certification, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) insurance and convert their land to grow organic crops.

  • U.K duo Working a wider angle. Dawtrey, Adam // Variety;5/2/2005, Vol. 398 Issue 11, p81 

    Presents information on the projects of British writers Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner as of May 2005. Philosophy of the writers; Epic being developed by Fellner; Information on the sequel to "Bean" being developed by Bevan.

  • Scots welcome organic cash boost. Riley, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly;1/6/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 1, p10 

    The article reports that the Soil Association in Scotland has welcomed increases in Organic Aid Scheme payments announced by rural affairs Minister Ross Finnie. Maintenance payments for arable land will increase from £30/hectares (ha) to £ 60/ha. Payments for the conversion of land to...

  • Georgia campaign helps farmers get certified organic. Organics, Georgia // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;12/19/2014, p1 

    The article presents information on the 100 Organic Farms Campaign launched by Georgia Organics, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Agriculture, that will providing funding and training to farmers for organic farming. The campaign, launched on December 12, 2014, will help farmers...

  • Organic Grocer Planning New Role -- Farm Lender. Jackson, Ben // American Banker;7/10/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 130, p1 

    The article looks at how Whole Foods Market Inc. plans to start making long-term, low-interest loans to small and organic farms. According to chairman and chief executive John Mackey, the plan is an extension of Whole Foods' philosophy of using local farmers and organic products to supply...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics