Land required for biodynamic fashion project… 2-5 acres, max 1.5 hours from London

Livestock Manager – Waltham Place Farm
23rd January 2024
Seasonal Farm Worker for Stroud Micro – Dairy, Glos
31st January 2024
Livestock Manager – Waltham Place Farm
23rd January 2024
Seasonal Farm Worker for Stroud Micro – Dairy, Glos
31st January 2024

Size: 2 – 5 Acres
Locations: Max 1.5 hours from London.
Access: Vehicle access and water.
Contact: Hayley@hayleycaine.com

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We are looking to bring our biodynamic fashion project to life….

Our vision is a world where clothes regenerate the earth and communities.
Our mission is to stop fashion polluting the planet.
We will do this by taking a holistic approach, bringing food and fibre together in a regenerative system, that facilitates a world of co-florishing.

We celebrate the land and its natural systems, sharing stories of sustainability and regeneration. Our enchanted fields are home to a diverse range of flowers, vegetables and herbs, each containing its unique magic and purpose.

From crafting natural dye kits to cultivating edible blooms, starting a CSA veg share scheme and supplyng biodynamic farmed  food to restaurants, we honour and nurture the bounty of the earth with great respect
and care.

About Me – Hayley Caine // Ecological Horticulturalist & Artist  www.hayleycaine.com 
I’m delving into ways of growing food and fashion that nourishes humans and attends generously to relationships of co-flourishing with more than human world.

I set up a market garden at Birch Community’s rewilding project in London where we grew flowers, herbs,
dyes and vegtables. Working as a fashion stylist and designer led me to look at ways to create clothes that care for the earth. I recently completed a Masters in Material Futures at Central Saint Martins focusing on regenerative agriculture and sustainable fashion systems.

Contact: Hayley@hayleycaine.com