Creating habitats for the regeneration of our planet.
Creating habitats, carbon sinks and food while connecting people to nature through recreation and education. We will explore and restore the balance between human and wildlife needs through observation and sustainable land practices.
We want future generations to inherit a thriving planet, or at least one that can still regenerate itself. Practices and people that we believe help to create that future are;
- Permaculture: helps design intelligent systems which meet human needs whilst enhancing biodiversity, reducing our impact on the planet, and creating a fairer world for us all.
- Project Drawdown: is a world-class research organisation that reviews, analyses, and identifies the most viable global climate solutions, and shares these findings with the world.
A mill settlement built during the late 1700s. The 15 acres of agricultural land have been used for growing crops and grazing animals for hundreds of years. There is still the remains from the old mill lade and many of the buildings are original. There are many old wells dotted around the land. The land has been in the Buist family since 1947, along with cows, sheep and hundreds of English pointers.