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The Sound of Organic Farm, Garryhoe
August 18, 2020 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

On John Mallick’s farm at Garryhoe, a picturesque organic farm in Wicklow, the track starts out in a wooded area near last year’s barley fields. It’s a clear, windy day. The track takes us down the hill, over a stream, into a clearing then deeper into another woods. The wind rushes through the trees; the branches at the top of the firs clash. There’s something rather magical about the place. The birds are full of life as the track moves through the woods and back around towards the edge of the fields. Then, from here, it’s downhill to the bottom of the valley where the wind gusts through a wire fence. The Derry Water River ripples through the farm.

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