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Sustainability Projects

Here at our lavender farm, sustainability is always at the forefront of our mission.
We believe in working closely with our suppliers to ensure that their production methods are responsible and support rewilding efforts.

Our visitors can feel confident when they purchase products from us, because they know they're contributing to sustainability initiatives that support the environment.

Our lavender fields are a sight to behold during summer months and we invite visitors to come and experience this beauty firsthand.

Not only is it a beautiful activity, but it also helps raise awareness for sustainability and the need for more sustainable production methods.

Join us this summer and become part of something bigger - sustainability!


We have transformed old trout fishing lagoons into a one acre lochan.

This lochan not only contributes an additional level of tranquility to the farm, but also serves a vital ecological function. Each spring, several birds and endangered ducks raise their young away from danger.

Environmental Area

Every year, we take progressively more high-quality, arable land out of agricultural use and return it to marginal land.

We believe in progressive farming in balance with the natural environment.

Low Impact Policy

We prioritise working with partners who practice traditional methods of cultivation.

We achieve high-quality results without the use of chemicals.


We are replanting the ancient hedgerows that once surrounded Kinross-shire.

A mixture of hawthorn, blackthorn, holly and dogwood creates a traditional hedgerow and a natural eco-system for songbirds.

Animal Welfare

We have seen a considerable impact on the visible levels of animal diversity without any damage to our crops.

Among our residents are roe deer, badgers, hares, ground nesting birds, bees, butterflies, water voles, frogs, and specialist species of ducks.

A pair of osprey are seen hunting during the summer months.


Case Study

Our Lochan

1920s - 2017

We have created a safety cordon for target species to thrive without the risk of predation.

From the 1920’s Tarhill Farm has accommodated the hatchery facility for the production of Loch Leven Trout for release into Loch Leven and for further markets.

The facility at Tarhill was substantially increased during the 1980’s but due to a range of environmental and commercial considerations the plant was closed in the 2010s. 

The redundant fish ponds comprised a series of large holding lagoons and supply channels with existing drains and outflow channels.

Thanks to the generous public interest in our work, we were able to develop a plan to re-purpose the abandoned lagoons.

The plan consisted of a one acre lochan with suitable islands to provide secure nest sites for target bird species.

Redundant earth material was to be used to create a bunding to shield nesting birds from dogs on the nature trail.

2018 onwards

The lagoons were merged together and successfully re-flooded.

We planted a series of willow trees along the Eastern boundary to provide a wind shelter.

The lochan provides an invaluable habitat for native species.