Muxbeare Orchard Willand Devon
Muxbeare Orchard Willand Devon
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Commenced:
01/02/2010
Submitted:
16/12/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Muxbeare Orchard, Muxbeare Lane , Willand , Devon , GB
Phone:
01235 529266
Website:
www.muxbeareorchard.com
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate





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Muxbeare Orchard Willand Devon

Project Type

Rural

Project Summary

MUXBEARE ORCHARD is a 4-acre mixed site of pasture and orchard with and existing small single storey built barn. The agricultural barn has clay tiles roof; this has now been restored.

Project Description

?????EAPP - worked with Dinah and Stig Mason in visioning of there dreams and aspirations of how they and family wanted to live a more low impact life style not just for themselves but also their children.

Muxbeare Orchard is a sustainable organic small holding which comprises organic bees, chickens, and will have sheep and a large kitchen garden, medicinal and culinary herbs selling latter and surplus in the local community with intention of making organic cider and organic nature apple juice.

When Dinah and Stig took over the land it had not been managed for over fifty years this valuable tradtional orchard with wildlife was threathened.

The dream: To live a sustainble lifestyle, whereby able to feed self and family.

Give back to local community and surrounding communities.

To give our children the knowledge of living within seasons growing local orgainc food.

The enterprise, our dream, has enabled use to provide for our family needs, with the ability to look after our children as full-time parents and part-time workers, opposing  the norm of full-time workers and part-time parents.

To live a tradtional lifestyle in small holding, working with orchard, growing organic food and living a low impact tradtionally built house constructed from natural materials from the surrounding countryside.

 

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