We look after a large amount of farmland across the UK. We’re working with our farms and tenants to produce local and seasonal food in an environmentally sustainable way

Farmland in Ysbyty Ifan, Snowdonia
Jolyon Limbrick at Home Farm

Life on Home Farm 

Tenant farmer Jolyon Limbrick, a 33-year-old father-of-one, looks after the land and animals at Home Farm with his own dad, Roy. Find out what goes into farming the historic estate in his latest blog.

Nature friendly farming at Conygree Farm, Gloucestershire

Seven of our most nature-friendly farms 

All over the country our wildlife is in trouble. But here are seven of our farms where our tenant farmers are working to bring nature back

Highland cattle graze the land around East Soar

Bringing farming and conservation together 

Since changing the way they work with nature, the farmers at East Soar have noticed huge benefits to both the farm land and the wildlife that makes its home there. Find out what they've been up to and how nature-friendly farming helps.

Farm produce

Local produce on offer at Killerton's farmers' market

Our best farmers' markets 

The best place to find excellent British food is at a farmer’s market. Here are some of the best farmer’s markets held at our places around the country.

 Farmer planting vegetable seedlings at Failand

Our views on food and farming 

We love sustainably produced, local and seasonal food because it's better for the special places we look after, better for the environment and tastes better too. Read about our views on food and farming.

Gathering the Welsh Mountain sheep on Watkin Path on the Hafod Y Llan farm, Snowdonia, Wales

Our ambitions for hill farming, nature and heritage 

Dame Helen Ghosh, our former Director-General outlines proposals to support the farming community and confirms the National Trust's commitment to farming, landscapes and nature.