Perennial Harvest Founder Tamasin Pemberton and her husband Stuart Pemberton are conservationists and love wildlife. Tamasin has a BSc in Environmental Science and Technology she studied at Camborne School of Mines. Stu is a eco-engineer and electrician and willow enthusiast.
They own a 13.5 acre farm near Mevagissey which they are gradually populating with native trees to form windbreaks, provide habitat for wildlife and help our diverse native species to thrive.
The ultimate aim of this long-term project is to grow an orchard based on permaculture and organic principles.
You can camp in our Permaculture Orchard this August we welcome families with an eco-conscience looking for a really rejuvenating break from the hussle and bustle. The site has seaviews, a resident Barn Owl you can observe at dusk, diving Swallows and field voles. you can keep up with the latest from Pemberton Farm on Instagram at pemberton_farm_portmellon.
Many public and family-friendly tree planting days have been organised to date on their farm which everyone is welcome to take part in. Nearly two thousand trees have been planted to date most of which have been kindly donated by the Woodland Trust.