People are welcome to come here to relax or play sport. Thanks to marked farming education paths with information boards, they can learn more about nature and our activities while they walk or cycle. Young people also come on countryside education courses to learn more.
Our farms form a natural habitat for countless useful organisms to live and feed, and they attract various bird species. In this way, we are making a contribution towards the diversity of the local fauna.
Fruit soils are also well rooted, and offer protection against erosion, particularly on sloping sites. That is important for the quality of our environment.