Norton and Yarrow, the artisan goat’s cheese company, is an award-winning success story of Earth Trust’s Farm Step Scheme. Co-founder, Rachel, shares with us her story of how it all began…
There are more than 1,500 different insect species pollinating plants in the UK. Bumblebees, wasps, butterflies, moths and beetles all contribute to this vitally important process.
We are thrilled to announce the acquisition of a new area of land, presenting an exciting opportunity to enhance Earth Trust’s ability to demonstrate how farming and land management at scale can contribute to health & wellbeing, nature recovery, and climate change mitigation.
Having “good” soil can improve plant health, promote the ecosystems that live within it and increase carbon sequestration – but how do we monitor and maintain soil health?
Green spaces can be great places to enjoy a meal with family or friends. While BBQs aren’t permitted at any of our places, a picnic can be the perfect choice for a lazy lunch. Here we’ve gathered some of our best tips and tricks from the Earth Trust team for an eco-friendly picnic this summer.
What better way to enjoy fresh, local produce than in the very green spaces where it was grown? If you’re heading to Earth Trust for a picnic this summer, then why not try some of these amazing recipes and support our Farm Step Tenants while you’re there?
We will be temporarily closing the permissive path through a wildflower meadow to avoid hay becoming contaminated with dog mess.
We will be temporarily closing the wildflower meadow accessed from Neptune Wood on Thursday 18th July for approximately 4 weeks.
Every green space Earth Trust protects is nurtured for the benefit of people and wildlife. Earth Trust is honoured to be able to begin work on a new green space…
We will be temporarily closing the wildflower meadow, which is accessed from Neptune Wood, to the public for approximately three weeks from the 26th September.
Next time you visit the Wittenham Clumps you will notice a new and easy way to support us.
UPDATE 19/07/2018: From 4pm today, Tuesday 19th July, the footpath will be reopened to the public. We will be temporarily closing the wildflower meadow, which is accessed from Neptune Wood,…