Flows in Agriculture

The Continuous Movement and Progress

The proposal celebrates natural resources in Wales – providing a new identity and ownership to the land and community- by introducing a more sustainable method of energy production and food supply. The previous use of the site selling coal- and effectively co2- is replaced with an indoor farm and green visitor centre to reduce the carbon footprint.

The landscape encourages natural rewilding, creating biodiversity working towards a self-sustaining permaculture. The building values local sourcing with a high-quality output. The community become a key part of the cycle – producing, consuming, and decomposing- by recycling food waste for used biofertilizer by anaerobic digestion.

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