From Indie Farmer: Farm Hack at Ruskin Mill

original post at Indie Farmer


The Landworkers Alliance held the first ever Farm Hack event outside of north America at Ruskin Mill Farm, Gloucestershire. The event brought together over 100 farmers, growers, fabricators, engineers and IT programmers to demonstrate and share tools, skills and ideas.

With most people camping the Friday night, everyone was up early Saturday morning for registration between before the official start a 9am. Congregating in the main communal building horse-powered farmer Ed Hamer gave the opening address, setting out the agenda for the two days after which everyone in the room had the opportunity to introduce themselves. This was followed by a talk by Severine vt Fleming representing the Greenhorns and Farm Hack.

The first day’s activities then began with a demonstration of pedal powered mill and a field demonstration of horse-powered technology. I spent my time running between the various demonstrations, workshops and seminars trying to capture a few of the highlights to share with everyone who couldn’t be there in person.

To be continued…


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