A list of regenerative farms in the UK and the Republic of Ireland
The importance of regenerative agriculture is vast. With its principles based around Traditional Ecological Knowledge, agroecological farms mimic the rhythms of the natural world. Resulting in increased biodiversity, enriched soil, improved watersheds, and mitigation of global warming.
Currently, local, regenerative farms are hard to find. But over the past year I’ve been gathering a list to share of those practicing agroecology in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
You can read more about regenerative farming / agroecology and its principles HERE. This page will act as a constantly evolving list, so bookmark to check back!
REGENERATIVE FARMS IN THE UK
Aweside Farms (Arlington, East Sussex) growing edible flowers, cut flowers, heritage veg, fruit and herbs.
Farmdrop a cooperative of more than 450 ethical food producers across the U.K. There are many regenerative farms included in their pages (who you’ll also find listed here, but its a great one-stop-shop)
Hodmedods a collection of British grown foods from land and sea. Concentrating on grains and pulses.
Horton House Farm (Pewsey Vale, Wiltshire) a Crown Tenancy situated in the lush Pewsey Vale, Horton House practices holistic planned grazing with a small flock of Wiltshire Horn sheep, chickens, Tamworth pigs and cows.
Jack’s Patch (Hackney, London) Practicing permaculture to create seasonal veg boxes grown in London.
Riverford Organic employee-owned enterprise made up of a family of ‘sister’ farms, Riverford sets the standard for food sovereignty and regenerative food systems.
Sheeps Drove Silvopoultry Farm (Berkshire) an environmentally responsible organic farm and eco unique venue, sustained by wind and solar. They grow with a silvopoultry system which is integrated into the farm’s organic rotation.
Wakelyns Agroforestry Farm one of the pioneers of agroforestry here in the UK, crops grown at Wakelyns Agroforestry include lentils, flour, chia seeds, fruit, nuts and timber.
REGENERATIVE FARMS IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Brookfield Farms Created on the award-winning Brookfield Farm in Ireland, the hives which produce both honey and wax are harvested from bees who pollinate 3 hectares of wildflower, blackberry, tree blossom and organic clover meadows.
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