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Week Farm Project: Extension until Mid October!

Welcome to the Biodynamic Land Trust Website. We are a charitable community benefit society, established to secure land into trust for healthy and sustainable farming and gardening. Let's secure land into trust together, for a working and living countryside. Our current share offer is for the Land at Week, near Dartington. This is a unique opportunity to secure this land for a sustainable mixed farm with an emphasis on education and community involvement.


Read more about the Land at Week

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Week Land Share Offer Extended

on Thu, 09/25/2014 - 11:02

What a wonderful response to our Share Offer for the land at Week! 


Our share offer has now been featured in many publications, including The Ecologist, Permaculture Magazine and, most recently in The Guardian's Money section in a piece on community investment:

We have now raised £65,000 from shares, plus £100,000 from the Land Trust. Whilst this is over half the funds we need to make this community farm a reality, there's still some way to go.  The Share Offer has now been extended until 15th October.

Choose Your Farming Neighbours at Week

on Fri, 09/05/2014 - 09:26

Dartington residents face a unique opportunity to support a new farm at Week which will both connect with the  community and  be gentle on the land.  

Contemporary farms may use artificial fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides, so some local residents have been shutting their pets away during times of spraying. So residents investing and or giving to securing the Week land into a co-op trust would enable farmer Marina O’Connell and the Apricot Centre to regenerate the land and setup a fruitful, organic educational market garden for the community to benefit from and enjoy.

Permaculture Magazine spreads the word

on Thu, 09/04/2014 - 13:18

Permaculture Magazine has written up about the share offer and vision for the farm at Week.



Keep on buying shares folks!