Tir Gofal scheme safeguards farm-based employment says research

The Tir Gofal agri-environment scheme has safeguarded farm-based employment and created jobs, according to latest research. An Agra CEAS Consulting study commissioned by the Countryside Council for Wales and the Welsh Assembly Government found that 92 per cent of farmers involved in the scheme thought it has created work. It also revealed that 95 per cent of payments stayed in the Welsh economy, supporting the equivalent of 385 full-time jobs.

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