To maintain a working eco-friendly environment, whereby conservation and not profit is the primary aim of the holding. Maintain a minimalistic approach to machinery, with a focus on hands on.
As such allowing access to invited interested parties for educational purposes.
To promote good woodland management and to maintain their ecological, landscape and cultural value and support sustainable timber, and to promote and support rural woodland crafts and skills.
Withdraw from the use of of chemicals, as fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, and encourage native flora and forna, but to actively control grey squirrel and rabbit damage.
To actively seek and source alternative species not normally seen in the UK from around the world, and to encourage the growing of them. To actively exchange (where possible) scion wood, seeds and cuttings etc throughout the world.