Natural capital and carbon

Natural capital and
carbon capture

Protecting the land and habitats in our care

The importance of good stewardship

As proud custodians of a wealth of farmland, grassland and woodland, it is our responsibility to nurture the natural environment, biodiversity and resources available to us. We are proud to be carbon neutral and continue to monitor, measure and reduce environmental impacts wherever possible.

Enriching our soil

Soil conservation is core to our ethos. We grow a diverse range of crops on a sustainable rotational basis, tracking data points to ensure it is continually enhanced with nutrients needed to maintain and improve fertility.

Surveying our land

We constantly monitor and support the rich blend of plant, bird and animal life that exists across the length and breadth of our land. Across our environmental stewardship schemes, we actively manage 390,000m of hedgerows, have rebuilt over 10km of dry-stone wall, and manage 11,700 trees and 250,000m of ditches, rivers and streams.

Woodland Management

“Woodlands are worth salvaging, and nothing’s beyond rescue. We’ve worked with previously undermanaged woodlands, bringing them back to life with a programme of thinning, felling and replanting”

When managing woodlands, we regularly chat to local environmental groups to make sure we protect various species as we go about our work.
We have a ten year Woodland Management Plan in place across our Estate.

Shop at the farm

Browse our full range of produce in the Farm Shop, where you are just a few clicks away from receiving a farm-fresh delivery direct to your door.

Head Office

The Estate Office,
Cyclone Way, Nocton,
Lincoln LN4 2GR

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