The Motcombe Farmland Transformed By Wildflowers, Trees And Grazing

Over the past five years, Rachel Hall has transformed her farmland near Motcombe. She’s increasing biodiversity by growing wildflowers and planting trees.

Rachel’s methodical animal grazing policy has helped reduce flooding and improve soil quality.

Rachel Hall

Alfred went for a tour of Gutchpool Farm and learned how Rachel’s conservation includes the historic boundary of King John’s royal forest.

Listen at 6:55.