List of LAND Centres and LAND Learners

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Project namesort descending Summary LAND Project Type
West Braes

A productive family fruit and veg garden using Permaculture design principles to cope with the strong winds and low rainfall of the Scottish east coast

** Sorry, we are not open for visits during 2018**

LAND Centre
Westfield Farm Forest Garden

Westfield Farm Forest Garden is a sustainable, permaculture forest garden project for anyone with an interest in forest gardens and the growing of local, natural and hedgerow food.

LAND Centre
Wildgoose Rural Training A rural training centre for all, especially those with disabilities, incorporating permaculture principles in areas of earth and people care. LAND Centre
Willis Lane Sustainability Centre

A community run project on 2 acres, hosting events, workshops and courses, providing access to land for local people, and managing the land with Sustainability in mind.

LAND Centre
Willowburn Lea (ScotLAND Learner)

Buildings, garden and woodland.

LAND Learner
Willows Permaculture Garden

A sustainable production of food, wood and wood fuel in a semi natural garden setting.

LAND Centre

Wishtree is near Black Torrington in North Devon. We are an off grid, 5 acre food forest project, consisting of culm grassland and a a natural woodland system consisting of a variety of deciduous trees. Our goal is to transform this young woodland into a resilient, abundant, and beautiful ecosystem demonstrating various ways to use forest gardening in small scale growing systems.
Wishtree is home to North Devon Permaculture CIC, a social enterprise

LAND Learner
Wolds Woodland Farming Project

A Research driven, 4 acre smallholding incorporating bees, vegetables, smallscale grain growing, forest garden, hardy bamboo, and coppice.

LAND Centre
Woodside Arran (ScotLAND Learner)

Woodside Farm is a gorgeous small farm in Kildonan on the Isle of Arran. Facing directly south on a clear day we can see three beautiful islands, the Ayrshire coast, Mull of Kintyre and even Ireland. There is a mixed conifer and hardwood woodland full of bluebells and wild garlic, a large pond with adjoining streams and our developing market garden. Our aims at the farm are simple we would like to establish a diverse local food network for the Island of Arran that encompasses organic growing techniques, permaculture design principles and regenerative agricultural practises.

LAND Learner