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Common Pool Resourcing

British farmland prices have trebled over the last ten years, new research shows.[1] This means access to land for farmers and growers, particularly entrants, has become increasingly more challenging. Land is treated as an investment for privileged individuals rather than a precious common resource. Within this context, what models can we turn to as inspiration […]

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Ty`r Eithin: An Essay in Common Land and Sustainable Communities

By Tony Matthews. There are two beautiful river valleys in Carmarthenshire, South West Wales, the Gwendraeth Fawr and the Gwendraeth Fach, separated by the Carboniferous Limestone ridge which surfaces all around the South Wales coalfield. The two rivers join by Kidwelly castle then flow into Carmarthen bay. Ty`r Eithin farm, 80 acres in all, looks […]

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