Plans for an eco-village have been delivered to a Welsh council in a wheelbarrow.
Lammas wants to build nine small holdings from scratch on grazing land in rural Pembrokeshire as a model of low-impact development.
The village at Glandwr near the Preseli mountains would be built from natural materials such as turf, wood and straw.
The application was submitted in 15 boxes in the barrow under the council's new Low Impact Development policy requiring 75 per cent of household needs to come directly from the land.
Mr Wimbush said a spectrum of enterprises would range from strawberry production to basketry, smoked hams to woollen crafts.