We are committed to ensure Forty Hall Farm develops in an environmentally sustainable way.
We are working to use energy and water more efficiently and to reduce the amount of waste we create. We hope to become a zero waste farm that sends none of its waste to landfill. We are also exploring ways in which we can decrease our reliance on fossil fuels, by growing more of our animal feed, generating our own energy and using horses instead of diesel-powered machinery.
We are currently agreeing a new sustainability policy for the Farm, which sets out a far-reaching set of commitments. These relate to the key impact areas of our work, including: biodiversity, energy and water, transport, procurement and community development.
As soon as the policy is agreed, we will upload it here.