Teleri Fielden has always wanted to be a farmer, but getting there hasn't been easy.
She's just one of many so-called 'first generation' farmers who are trying to get into the industry. Her first taste of farming came while visiting her grandfather at his farm.
The 26-year-old, from Meifod in Powys, says she ended up relying on local farmers to get work experience and had to look at other schemes that provide help to get into the industry. She said that if more farms here offered shared farming, live where existing farms provide land and lend machinery to others who then work the land and grow crops.
For the past few months, Teleri has been balancing her job working with the Farmers' Union of Wales with tending a flock of sheep on land close to her parents home. But now she’s preparing to move to a 600-acre farm in Snowdonia after winning this year’s Llyndy Isaf National Trust Scholarship. Not only will Teleri have her first full-time taste of farming life, but she’ll also be learning about conservation farming practices through the scholarship which was set up in 2013.
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