The Trust cares for 22,500 acres of land across nine estates. These authentic, living communities are home to our tenant farmers, residential tenants and small enterprises, while also serving as unique open-air classrooms for our Outdoor Learning programmes.
Together with our own estates in Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, Oxfordshire and Dorset, we also work with partner estates in Cumbria, Lancashire and Derbyshire.
As a land-based educational Trust, we are uniquely placed to be a model for innovative, experimental methods of land management. By sharing our land, knowledge and experience, we inspire a greater love and understanding of the natural world, farming and sustainability.