We grow a wide variety of fruits and vegetables which are donated exclusively to local food banks and food pantries.
As a social support project, the produce grown is never monetized and our aim is to provide fresh, highly nutritious food to the most vulnerable members of our community.
In the past 6 years, we have made over 300 donations to food poverty services providing produce to them for over 26 weeks during the growing season, totaling 8.5 tonnes of fresh, locally grown, fruits and vegetables.
On our farm, we also have 12 ex-battery hens and 2 hives of buzzy bees helping us to provide more produce to the local foodbanks.
Our feathered friends came to us via the British Hen Welfare Trust Rehoming Service in Denny and they amazingly take our vegetable waste and turn them into eggs we can donate.
The bees on site are taken care of with the help of our friends at Ian Fraser Bee-Keeping, with our little striped explorers helping to pollinate our plants and provide honey for our local food poverty partners.