Our cyclists completed their journey, 537kms in 5 days! An incredible achievement.

Watch the video of our highlights here...


About the Green Revolutions Cycle Tour

From the 8th to 12th October 2022, FWAG SouthWest Chief Executive Officer, Gary Rumbold, and Adam Lockyear, Head of Advisory Services, took on a challenge to cover 500km from Cornwall to Gloucestershire over five gruelling days. On their journey they visited FWAG SouthWest projects and members to showcase what farmers are doing across the region to produce food and fibre in a thriving landscape for people and nature.

Each visit explored how the farms and projects support:

  • Thriving businesses
  • Food and fibre production
  • Habitats and species
  • Healthy soils and water
  • Animal health and welfare
  • Healthy crops
  • Education and community engagement


Join us in securing a flourishing and prosperous future for our farming landscape!


Watch our recap video below! 


Who are we?

We are a group of farmers, landowners and environmental advisers, who live and work in the south west of England.

We understand how farming systems, land management and farm businesses can be combined with wildlife conservation to enrich our local landscape and aid production.


What do we do?

We provide independent, scientific advice to farmers and landowners across the region.

We help farm businesses to manage precious natural assets like soil, water and carbon.

We showcase the work of fellow farmers and landowners already delivering positive environmental change.

We specialise in translating government policy, environmental incentives, regulations and emerging environmental markets into practical and deliverable business goals.

We educate the next generation to improve their understanding of the links between food, farming and wildlife.


How do we do it?

Our team of advisers has a wealth of experience and knowledge, which we use and share online and during on-site farm visits in order to inspire and support with a wide range of topics:

  • Countryside Stewardship grants
  • Farm habitats and species projects
  • Soil surveys and management
  • Natural Flood management
  • Woodland creation and management plans
  • Assurance schemes
  • Compliance
  • Renewable energy development
  • Kingfisher Award Scheme

By donating you can help us continue to support farm businesses in the south west region that are mindful of and promote wildlife conservation.

If you would like to be an on-going supporter of FWAG SW, you can join us as a Friend or Farmer Member. Click here to find out more...