Tap o' Noth Farm (ScotLAND Centre)

LAND Demonstration Network
LAND Centre
Supported Project
PPN: 
1
Summary

Tap o' Noth Farm is an 8 acre smallholding, demonstration site and education centre situated on the slopes of Tap o' Noth hill on the outskirts of the village of Rhynie in NE Scotland. 

Read a blog post about Tap o' Noth Farm here.

About the project

 

Tap o' Noth Farm is an 8 acre smallholding, demonstration site and education centre situated on the slopes of Tap o' Noth hill on the outskirts of the village of Rhynie in NE Scotland. Tap o' Noth Farm organise and run courses and workshops in the fields of ecological design, sustainable agriculture and re-skilling in traditional rural crafts and practices.

Our purpose designed demonstration site is a mixture of south facing sloping fields, mixed broadleaf woodland, pines, ponds and wetlands. While still a fledgling site, Tap o’ Noth Farm is growing at a rapid pace with ever expanding food gardens, poultry systems, polytunnels and fruit cages, worm farms, emerging forest gardens and agroforestry systems, main crop areas, swales, multifunctional/ multi species windbreak hedgerows, ponds, compost toilet facilities plus many more exciting and informative ecologically designed systems. We keep our customers and community up to date on Youtube, check out our latest vlogs below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you visited Tap o' Noth Farm? Please share your experiences with us here.

 

Project Dates
Project start date: 
January, 2012
Project Detailed Information
Areas of Activity: 
Organic & Biodynamic agriculture
Online links
Project Contact Details
Contact Name: 
James Reid
Telephone number: 
01464 861 196
International
International Networking Organisation: 
0
Project membership
Member Project: 
0
Data transfer from previous site
Data verified: 
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Location verified: 
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