Farming

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

Yew Tree Farm and it's flock of Herdwick sheep, near Coniston, in Cumbria
Nature friendly farming at Conygree Farm, Gloucestershire

National Trust joins launch of Nature Friendly Farming Network  

We are calling on the UK and devolved governments to support nature friendly farming policies post-Brexit.

Farming for nature at Hill Top Farm, Yorkshire

Brexit and the future of farming 

As Britain prepares to leave the European Union, we're working in partnership with others to shape the future of farming and nature after Brexit.

Picture of a tractor on an asparagus farm at Formby, Liverpool

Securing the future for farming and the environment 

Can a sustainable future for farming be secured without conserving the environment after Brexit?

Winter on the Sherborne Park Estate

Meet the farmers looking after the Sherborne Park Estate

A traditional Cotswold landscape, Sherborne Park Estate has been farmed for generations. Six tenant farms make up the 4,000 acres of rolling farmland, parkland, woods and lakes - and the estate is one of the best in the south west for farmland birds.

Tenant farms

Farm produce

Mel and Jonty Brunyee with two sheep at Conygree Farm

Fine Farm Produce Awards 2017 

Read the list of winners of The Fine Farm Produce Awards, recognising the very best farm food producers from our 1,500 tenant farmers and estates.

News and views

Our landscapes

We value our landscape and as one of the UK’s largest landowners, keep our land accessible for future generations.