To move from a pesticide monoculture orchard to a thriving biodiverse area, retaining the majority presence of the apple trees. For the trees to be disease free and thriving, supporting the new species that are coming through naturally, such as the oak, and bringing in new species to support diversity. To work with natural fertilisers, remedies and biodynamic processes to support tree health and collaborate with animals to support the maintenance of the area.


Through creating additional abundance for humans and pollinators, the orchard becomes a collective space for a core team to work together, to share the harvest and produce products such as juice, dehydrated apples, sauce, chutneys, cakes, cider and apple cider vinegar.