If you would like to visit the farm, or, if you would like to arrange a school or gardening group visit, we charge €25 per hour. Tour includes our woodland, seed garden, and fields used for beef cattle. There are fantastic views of Roaring Water bay and the islands, from the top of the farm. Tea can be orgnaised. Please contact us to arrange it. Tel: 0831874637 or email@example.com
Open Woodland Day
On Sunday the 13st of March 2016 we will be celebraitng tree week with an open day in our woodland. This 10 acre forest was planted 11 years ago and is now well establisched and ready for a light thinning. Sandra Schmid and her work horse Henry will demonstrate how a horse can work in tight spaces making much less mess than a machine. We will also have a basket-making demonstration from Martin O Flynn,
Tim Rowe will give a talk on The Woodland Burial Site for West CorkThere will be walk through the forest with a chance to plant a tree on our native tree walk.We will have a seed swap table so if you have some seeds to swap, please bring them along. If you want to demonstrate a woodland skill or sell something you made out of wood, please let us know and we will try to include you.And there will be lots of tea, in the barn. Please bring your own cake.To get here, follow the sign posts for Turk head, from Church Cross, on the N71
How to get here: Drive towards Ballydehob from Skibbereen on the N71 until you pass Church Cross post office and Aughadown church, on your right after about 4 miles. Then you turn left for Loughmarsh, Lisheen, Cunnamore Turk head etc. Pass Lisheen school and church until you get to Minihanes pub. Then turn left after the pub following the sign post for Turk Head. After about a mile you will come to a crooked crossroads where you go straight, again following the sign for Turk Head. After that it is the fourth house on the right about another half a mile. When you see the see the Brown Envelope Seeds sign you are here. Its about 3 miles off the main road which is further than most people expect.