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Conservation at Sheepdrove

 

Being eco-friendly is at the heart of our ethical approach at Sheepdrove. Organic farm methods are the foundation, but it is more than that. Throughout the business we work to continuously improve our sustainable management of energy, water, soil and other natural resources. We also invest in our natural heritage, with projects to conserve and enhance biodiversity.

Chalk downland. Conservation at Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Chalk Downland

The UK’s Rain Forest. A delicate habitat preserved here on the farm Learn more
Flowers of the corn. Conservation at Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Flowers of the corn

Organic, chemical free farming practices allow wildflowers to flourish Learn more
Woodland. Conservation at Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Woodland Habitats

140 acres of native deciduous woodland - a haven for wildlife Learn more
Birds

Our farming practices provide a home to many rare and threatened farmland birds Learn more
Bats. Conservation at Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Bats

Our range of habitats support over 7 different types of these lovely mammals Learn more
Invertebrates. Insects. Conservation at Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Invertebrates

Pivotal to the health of an ecosystem, and thriving here. Learn more


How to find us

For directions using Sat Nav or Google Maps always enter 'Sheepdrove Road, Lambourn' and then follow the signs to Sheepdrove Organic Farm and/or Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre.  The best option is to click here for driving directions from the East, West via M4 (via junction 14) or from the North via A34.

Sheepdrove Organic Farm, Sheepdrove Road, Lambourn, Berkshire, RG17 7UU, United Kingdom