The old blogs can be consulted
France, 28 August 2020
Our New Friend
A green Whip Snake https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_whip_snake
France, 1 August 2020
A genetta, rare and protected species @ Forestsfromfarms
France, 29 July 2020
Participation of the association Forests From Farms to the Fitnes Check of the EU rules concerning animal welfare
France, 23 July 2020
Mediterranean Tree Frog @FFF
France, 2 July 2020
Colours of summer @FFF
France, 13 June 2020
Newly born faon at Forests From Farms
France, 2 June 2020
The best images of 2019 at Forests From Farms
Taken with our hidden cameras. With in leading roles: Roe deer, boar, coypu, geese (our own domesticated ), a fox, a badger, a weasel, a buzzard and other birds... This is Part1 (From January to June). Part 2 (June to December) will be published soon.
France, 25 Mai 2020
Our Action Published in the independent magazine for the environment "Reporterre"
France, 17 May 2020
The Forest at Forests From Farms is taking shape
France, 1 May 2020
Letter to all heads of States and their governments about pandemics and the consumption of animal products
7 associations* have taken the initiative to send an unusual letter (listen to the video below) to heads of state and organisations like the EU, UN, etc., asking them to take their responsibility to prevent pandemics in the future by implementing some ambitious measures: in the long run, we must stop the consumption of animals and their products. At the moment, we are doing everything we can to fight the COVID-19 virus, but we must never forget where the virus actually comes from. There is little doubt that it comes from the consumption and sale of wild animals. COVID-19 is not the first pandemic. The largest was in 1918, when more than 50 million men, women and children died (almost the current population of France!) as a result of swine fever that also became transmissible from human to human through mutations. Hopefully we will not reach such a catastrophic number this time with the COVID-19 pandemic. But we are convinced that if we don't change our behaviour towards animals, there is a good chance that other pandemics will emerge. Scientists have been warning us for a long time. It is a call for drastic change in our society. We realise that but we think it is necessary. We invite other associations and organisations around the world to join us. Please sign and share the petition "Avian Flu, Swine Flu, SARS, COVID-19 Meat Kills" by clicking on the button below if you support this initiative.
*The associations who took this initiative are :https://www.eyesonanimals.com/https://www.facebook.com/chaminous/https://www.facebook.com/LigueUnivers...https://www.facebook.com/larchedemaddy/https://www.lagarie.fr/http://www.nosamislesanimaux.com/http://forestsfromfarms.org/
If you want to join us please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
France, 1 May 2020
Colours of snails
Each of them is a little architect that has created its own house for protection. The colours are magical.
France, 26 March 2020
These photos have been taken on our land. Weeds, flowers, plants, trees you name it. They are all beautiful.
France, 24 March 2020
Bees hard at work
France, 24 March 2020
Daisies galore good for insects
Freance, 24 March 2020
A bit of maintenance, but not too much. The rest is done by wildlife
France, 21 March 2020
Listen to the birds.... It is a lot quieter than usual without cars coming past.
France, 21 February 2020
At work at FFF
France, 24 February 2020
Public Consultation Broiler Farm Bournezeau
Todat we sent in our opinion for the public consultation concerning an enlargement of a broiler farm in the area. Of course we are against this project. The text below is our argumentation in English. The participation we sent to the authorities was of course in French. The photos of the document are published on the FFF facebook page.
"On a small scale the project will have negative impacts on the environment due to the removal of 70m of hedge and the loss of over 4,000 square metres of agricultural ground, not the 3,000 square metres that the declarant says on page 126, classeur 2 ( see below)