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Make a planter from Wellies

I bet you’ve got an old pair of wellies lurking about in the garden shed that are growing cobwebs. So why not give them a new lease of life and create something for your garden, patio or balcony? If you plant them with flowers, you’ll be providing food for pollinators like bees and butterflies, or you could grow Strawberries or Tomatoes in them too so you can have fresh fruit to pick for your breakfast and supper!
Upcycling can be fun and if you get the kids involved in this project, they’ll be helping biodiversity too! By upcycling a milk carton into a bird feeder, you can let your creative juices flow and then sit and admire all the different species of birds enjoying your tasty treats!
Available exclusively to agriculture undergraduates at the Royal Agricultural University and the University of Reading, the Sustainable Agriculture Bursary has been designed to offer funding support, expert mentoring, Alumni activity, a dynamic CV and much more.

Crunchy to the last bite

They're a keen-eyed lot our master cluster bakers. They bake each cluster by eye, so they get perfectly baked oat clusters every time, and they are experts in creating the perfect blend of fruit, nuts and golden clusters that make them so moreish.

Billionaire's Flapjack

Take a bite of this flapjack and wonder no more. Made with melted butter, golden syrup and Jordans Crunchy Oat Granola Fruit & Nut. Then, topped with a layer of salted caramel and sprinkled with more Crunchy Oat Granola; it tastes better than anything money could buy.
Visually this cake is a real crowd pleaser; with golden apricots and sweet apple slices, just wait till you taste it. The crunchiness of Jordans oat granola combined with autumnal mixed spices makes it a cake you’d want to tuck into again and again.

Apple and Pear Crumble

Prepare to crumble to your feet as this delicious warming dessert is served up after a Sunday roast. Baking apples and pears in lemon sugar syrup, topped with a mixture of cinnamon, Jordans Chunky Traditional Porridge Oats, butter and sugar. Comfort food at its very best.
Did you know at least 1500 species of insects pollinate plants in the UK including bumble bees, the honeybee, solitary bees, hoverflies, wasps, flies, beetles, butterflies and moths? For over 35 years, our oat farmers have been making space for wildlife on their farms at the request of Jordans, and from this passion we formed the Jordans Farm Partnership.

Creamy Raspberry and Oat Cake

And extra tempting when that sponge is filled with a mixture of Jordans Porridge Oats, crème fraiche and caster sugar, making this cake light, creamy and utterly delicious.
Through our work with The Jordans Farm Partnership and projects across the globe, we work hard to make sure we give back to nature by protecting wild spaces. Be that in oat fields in the UK, almond groves in California or in the Bolivian rainforest. Watch our little video to see how this all comes together.
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