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Huxhams Farm Project : Land Agreement In Process!

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 Huxhams, near Dartington. This is a unique opportunity to secure this land for a sustainable mixed farm with an emphasis on education and community involvement, and we are happy to announce that the process has now begun to purchase the leasehold.


Read more about the Land at Huxhams

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Huxham's Farm Design Workshop 10th-Sunday12th April

on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 15:19

Starting at 1pm at Dartington Hall Trust refectory on Friday10th April, Marina O Connell of The Apricot Centre will lead a Huxhams Cross Farm design workshop. This is  a rare opportunity to work with biodynamic and permaculture farm design principles

See Farm Design course newsletter -


Comparison of Biodynamic, Organic and 'Conventionally' Farmed Soils

on Thu, 03/12/2015 - 16:38

People often ask what the difference is between organic, biodynamic and conventionally farmed soils. Vincent Masson's recent article for Star And Furrow in January 2015, 'At the Heart of Biodynamic Agriculture: The Preparations' gives a fascinating comparison, using photos, though his research needs further scientific trials. He has for years been helping French vineyards convert to biodynamic and Demeter standards, as conventionally grown grapes were losing their taste, which has a lot to do with soil quality, porosity, moisture retention, structure, micro organisms and more.

Sheffield Farm Land Access Workshop: This Land is Our Land

on Thu, 03/12/2015 - 16:18

Martin Large will be giving a talk on This Land Is Our Land: Housing and Farm Land Access at Freeman College, 88 Arundel Street, Sheffield S12NG Tintagel House, Sheffield  on Friday 20th March at 7.30pm, and on a Workshop on Saturday 21st March 10.00am to 1pm

Contact Robert Chamberlain 0797 490 6421 for more details