Trill is a 300 acre mixed organic farm set in the rolling hills and woodlands of east Devon, close to the Jurassic coast. Romy Fraser and her family bought the farm in 2008 with the aim of developing an education centre, and community of small businesses based on the farm, working together to use resources of the diverse landscape. 


We already have a number of thriving independent enterprises: Trill Farm Garden run by Ash and Kate, the grazing herd of Devon Ruby Red cattle and flocks of sheep run by Jake, and a soap and natural beauty product making workshop, and a fledgling herb growing business. We all follow the highest standards of organic practice, protecting and conserving the beautiful environment and wildlife of the farm.

 

All of Trill Farm’s unique and beautiful products are created using only the diverse resources we grow and harvest each season. We like to live within our means by limiting our stock quantities to what our 300 acres are able to produce, using minimal energy and generating minimal recycled waste. We believe that food, through all stages of its evolution, lies at the very heart of life and we work to celebrate and reaffirm the connection between humanity, the animal kingdom and the nature which sustains us all.

 

Daphne Lambert, cook and founder of Greencuisine, has joined us to create and share food with all the people that spend time at Trill. Daphne has pioneered an approach to sustainable nutrition, which makes a lasting difference to the way people think about food. Her work at Trill will help deepen our understanding of how our choice of food reflects our relationship with nature.

 

We work closely with The Trill Trust, our education charity based at the Farm, which aims to inspire healthy and responsible living, and to teach skills needed to live lightly on the land. We are committed to sharing our experience, land and food with our guests. Through our courses, events, activity weeks, guesthouse and campsite, we provide the opportunity for people to interact with nature, learn sustainable living skills, and eat nutritious home-grown food.
Photos on this site are courtesy of Katy Peters and Sally Williams Photography.