Learning from the Land is a sustainable living organisation, promoting, signposting and offering consulting on living in a way that benefits both us and our world.


For the last six years we have been encouraging parts of our 3-acre plot to go wild in an attempt to increase the habitat for wildlife and to study what arrives. Here is some of the progress to date:



We offer consultancy for businesses already involved in sustainability or actively seeking to become more sustainable, from manufacturing to services.


Wool Shawls

We trade directly with a family in Northern India who weave the most beautiful shawls from 100% Himalayan wool using the natural colours of wool.:



New Beginnings

This website was hacked by some deluded person or some random bot, forcing us to relaunch from scratch. Two things spring to mind. First, how grateful I am that I know a talented... Read More

Lambing Day in Cannington

Learning From the Land was approached by Bridgwater College to put on a series of wool activities as part of their Cannington Lambing Day. The aim of the day is to bring familes... Read More

Art and Pizza in Roadwater

The village of Roadwater in Somerset has a remarkable village hall; a fabulous old building that is in constant use, surrounded by open land for playing and woodland across a stream. A team... Read More

Water Bottle Greenhouses

Our famous waterbottle greenhouse, is made from 1500 two-litre plastic drink bottles with the bases cut off, which are threaded onto bamboo canes and fixed into a simple timber frame. We worked with... Read More