You’re invited to grab a cuppa and join Ethex, with representatives from Kindling Farm for an informal chat about this exciting organisation. Kindling Farm is raising funds through a second community share offer on Ethex to help them create a community-owned farm that will promote sustainable farming practices, producing healthy and organic food for all.
Since 2013, The Kindling Trust has worked to establish and nurture initiatives and enterprises that tackle some of the most pressing issues in food and farming, helping tackle the crises of climate change, biodiversity loss, and economic inequity by creating a better system for growing and supplying good, local food.
The funds raised from their share offer will help to fund the purchase of Barn Hey, an established 77-acre farm and transforming it into a large-scale community-owned farm that uses sustainable farming practices.
The vision is for the farm to support a new generation of farmers, increase access to healthy organic fruit and vegetables using pioneering, sustainable farming methods that respect wildlife and provide a blueprint for the future of ecological food production.
Following their previous successful share offer raise, they are launching a new opportunity for investors to get on board and support their vision by providing more affordable finance for the purchase and development of the farm.
On the webinar, we will speak to Chris Walsh and Helen Woodcock, co-founders of Kinding Farm to learn more about their vision for the farm and the need to fix the current industrial farming system to benefit society, health and the planet.
Paul Pizzala, Senior Investment Manager, Ethex (host)
Chris Walsh - Co-Founder, Kindling Farm
Helen Woodcock - Co-Founder, Kindling Farm
Thursday 13th April at 12:30 PM - 1:15 PM