The short passage which follows is in response to the ‘100 word challenge’ here, where you can find links to the other responses. The content is entirely fictitious and does not relate to any specific places or people known to me. However, the benefit described is, in principle, a real one.
Since the changeover to organic farming methods at Haynesbury Farm, there has been a steady increase in demand for the excellent range of meat products and speciality baked goods produced there. And now, the discontinuation of the use of chemical crop sprays has yielded a further benefit – a noticeable increase in the abundance of wild flowers in the pasture fields. The Jackson family, who own this farm, have now added a further three hives of bees to to the two they already kept, to take advantage of this welcome change. The honey already produced is proving extremely popular with customers.
Wouldn’t it be lovely if this was a real case study.
Oh my – if only Phil! We can but hope I suppose! Well done as this feels like it could be a newspaper article!