About the project

Our aims and ambitions…


We are making a difference.

The UK is losing wildlife at an alarming rate, once common species such as water voles, swifts and curlews are rapidly fading others such as wildcats and lynx are long gone.

Farming has now ceased on 400 acres at Coombeshead.  Our land is re-adjusting to a more wild state and supporting more and more wildlife as a result.

Careful reseeding and planting, combined with grazing and browsing by our exmoor ponies, short horn cattle and buffalo, combined with the rootling of our iron age pigs is leading to the recovery of our land. 

Life is returning, we are already seeing this happen, beavers live in our streams, water voles flourish in our pools with a myriad of dragon flies, our meadows are alive with crickets, barn owls have returned to hunt over our land and this is just the start.

Our goal is to maximise the biodiversity and reintroduce lost species into our landscape.

Photo copyright Nick Withers


Upcott Grange
Lifton  Devon
PL16 0JS.

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