01626 821145 | email: info@husbandry.co.uk
   
 
Explore the ideas and practice of
ecologically sound land management in
the beautiful Devon countryside
   
     
This book tells a story of husbandry - a proper, time-honoured way in which humanity may participate as members and marriage partners with the 'earth communities'. Husbandry requires an exclusive relationship of a person with the land, and secure tenure.

The husbander has a duty of care within the boundaries of their earth community - all land needs a husbandry clause modelled on those traditionally included in agricultural leases.

 
 
Associates and
Affiliates
The Ashburton Cookery School
Here at the Husbandry School we are proud to be working together with the Ashburton Cookery School and look forward to welcoming their students onto our land this summer.

More about our partnership with the
Ashburton Cookery School - here

The Michael Caine Academy
We are proud to be working with the Michael Caine Academy in Exeter.
Click here to find out more
Burgh Island Hotel
We are pleased to supply the Iconic Burgh Island hotel, and its sister restaurant/hotel, Southernhay House in Exeter with our delicious, traditionally grown produce.
more
The Henry George Society of Devon: fostering and promoting a greater understanding of Georgist economics in Devon – Co-founded by Jonty Williams of The Husbandry School. more
Jonty Williams talk on 'Fossil Fuel Free Farming' at Bicton College
Read transcript of the lecture
Visit Bicton Earth Centre website


Adventures in New Economics 8
With Peter Smith & Jonty Williams.
To hear Jonty speak forward to 42.30.
Click Here

 
We are proud to be affiliated members of The Wholesome Food Association and are more than happy to be guided by their principles in our work here.

The Wholesome Food Association is a network of growers, processors, suppliers and distributors of authentic, locally-grown, wholesome food, and also a campaigning organisation, promoting smaller-scale, sustainable food production. They provide a low-cost labelling scheme for marketing wholesome, locally grown food, as an alternative to the expense and complications of regular 'organic' certification (see the WFA website for full details). Look out for the WFA symbol as the scheme grows!

www.wholesome-food.org
   
 
   
 
 
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The husbandry school offers traditional sustainable gardening, farming and land management courses, the chance to learn practical rural skills and crafts and take part in exciting art and creative activities. We are passionate about giving you the skills to grow your own food - and manage your garden - the natural way and take the odd, bizarre nutritious and delicious out of the ground and into the kitchen. Whether you want to grow your own food, let loose your creative talents, explore traditional crafts or have some fun with the family in this stunning setting we have the courses and tutors for you.
 
Husbandry Skills Courses
If you are interested in growing more of the food you eat each week, and wish to do so in a time-honored and sustainable way, then our Husbandry Skills courses are for you…!

Introduction to Husbandry Skills
Foundation in Husbandry Skills
Eat your flower beds
Garden Remedies
Husbandry matters for the garden
Allotment Allies


Dirt to Dinner Courses
If you are keen to explore new, exciting and wholesome cuisine using ingredients you have grown yourself, then this is the course for you!

Introduction to Dirt to Dinner
Foundation in Dirt to Dinner
Earth Skills Courses
Come along to our 'Earth Skills' courses where you can learn about Basket Making, Hedge Laying, Stone Walling, Devon Banks and Live Willowwork.

Basket Making
Stone Walling
Hedge laying
Wood Working Courses

Art on the Land Courses
A programme of courses exploring land based art forms, such as working with clay, wood and willow; earth pigment prints and felt making. Great Fun!!

Painting the Earth
Painting with Sheep
Wellie Stomp Club
Come and spend the day with our Wellie Stomp Club - getting stuck in with the whole family! Join in when you want, for some great hands-on experience - learn loads whilst having fun!
Volunteer and internship
programme

Want to get involved?
Come and join on Volunteer Days.
Schools programme
The Husbandry School – where the land becomes the classroom. We currently have successful primary and secondary school pilot projects taking place and more planned for 2014.
Creative Programme
2013 sees the continuation of our creative programme and we will be exploring:
• Creative writing and poetry
• Storytelling & making
• Site specific drama & dance & music
• Environmental art
High quality produce for
local chefs

We supply local chefs, restaurants, hotels and other establishments with delicious, traditionally produced high quality fruit, veg and meat.
Gourmet salads and edible flowers
The Husbandry School is one of the few places growing a huge variety of edible flowers as well as the more unusual varieties of salad.
Heritage varieties
Keeping alive ancient and traditional varieties of edible plant
Fruit, veg and meat
Traditionally produced local food for local people.
Kits for sale
Click here to purchase our:

Painting with Sheep Kits

Silk Paper Making Kits

 
Husbandry School produce
and products now available
to buy from the Thrive Cafe
in Totnes

The Thrive Cafe, 47 Fore Street, Totnes TQ9 6NJ Tel: 01803 840202
Find our range of homemade jams, oils, vinegars
and cosmetics as well as our fresh, organic
produce from salad bags to meat boxes.
VISIT WEBSITE
 
   
 
         
Taste of the West is the original regional food group. We cover the whole of the South West and the aim of our membership organisation is to develop the region’s exceptional food and drink industry.
"The online market for businesses that are rooted in the soil". Looking for the online market where people care about sourcing locally? Muddy Carrot is both a market and a noticeboard to find those local hidden gems.
       
 
Traditional farming methods for a sustainable future
 
 
       
 
 
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