Henbant Farm

We are delighted to be taking part in Agroforestry Open Weekend 2024
Our farm

Our farm is a small (but commercial) permaculture inspired and community centred farm. We grow no-dig veg for a 80 share CSA scheme, we have pastured laying hens and holistically managed cattle and woodland pigs all amongst a backbone of agroforestry systems.

Our agroforestry

We have divided our main grazing pastures up with agroforestry systems for browse for cattle and on on our better land with fruit trees both as top fruit and understory cane fruit. We also have a establishing traditional grazed orchard and a new orchard where we have claimed back from brambles which has fruit and nut trees in cactus guards with goats to keep back the bramble. The no-dig Market Garden also has a agroforestry backbone with blocks of beds divided up by fruit tree and herb rows.

Dont forget you could also book in advance to camp with us and have a whole agroforestry weekend!

Here are some photos of what we do:

how to find us

You will find us just to the south of Tain Lon Village and just to the North of the postcode LL54 5DF. The best way to find us is to type Henbant Permaculture into google maps.

agroforestry open weekend 2024

Over Agroforestry Open Weekend 2024 we will be open from 10 -4 on both days and we will do a full farm tour at 11am on the Sunday.

You can just turn up, but we’d love to know your coming

You can turn up without booking, but if you know your coming in advance it would be great if you let us know, this will help us guess how many people are likely to visit.


We will have hot and cold drinks and cakes available to buy by donation towards further planting schemes.


The farm has two entrances, Please use our guest or overflow parking at the top of the farm.


Dogs are welcome but they have to be well behaved and on a lead.

disability access

Most of our site is grass fields and roughish paths. People do and have come with limited mobility or wheelchairs etc but the site more farm than car park/smooth paths. We shouldn’t have much mud etc.

more information?

You can find out more information on our website http://www.henbant.org or from our instagram henbant_permaculture or YouTube accounts @henbant or see a bit more though a (slightly old) video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1z0Dm3TDdc