We encourage anyone developing a care farm to work towards our Code of Practice.
Land acquisition is a very broad subject and can differ from region to region depending on the policies of the Local Authority.
We firmly believe that care farmers need to be properly reimbursed for their time and expertise and that care farms need a strong economic foundati
Absolutely. Care farming activities can include growing crops and vegetables, horticulture and land management.
If you are regularly working with people with a defined need and are doing activities outdoors which might include animal assisted therapy, growing
As far as SF&G is aware, there is no funding specifically available for setting up a care farm.
If you're not a farmer there are a few things to think about before you get started with care farming.
If you're a farmer interested in care farming there are a few questions to ask before you start.