All around the world there are millions of farmers who continue to farm and refuse to turn their land and resources into just another money making industry. They continue to fight for their autonomy and their fundamental right to grow clean and nutritious food for their local communities.
Gerald Miles is one of these farmers. Living on the very edge of west Pembrokeshire, his 110 acre farm has been forced through many changes since his father ran it. Today, Gerald hopes, is it’s final transition. Back to how farms used to function. Organic, a variety of crop and livestock and most importantly, part of the local community.