Vine House Farm Bird Food

Did you know, the first time you buy wild bird food from Vine House Farm £5 is donated to your local Wildlife Trust, with up to a further 5% of sales on an ongoing basis?

Vine House Farm Bird Foods has been working with The Wildlife Trusts for the past 10 years, helping to protect and restore areas for nature and inspire people to experience wildlife first-hand. To date, Vine House Farm’s donations have totalled over £1,250,000, including over £13,000 for North Wales Wildlife Trust.

To find out more about Vine House Farm and to buy food direct from their conservation award-winning farm visit the Vine House Farm website - don't forget to mention North Wales Wildlife Trust!

Celebrating a 10 year relationship working together for wildlife

Back in 2007, the Wildlife Trusts started working together in partnership with Vine House Farm Bird Foods, helping to protect and restore areas for nature and inspire people to experience wildlife first-hand. Vine House Farm has contributed to this effort by donating up to 5% of its bird food sales, which currently stands at over £1.25million. What makes this partnership so dynamic is that the company’s founder and owner, Nicholas Watts, is very much driven by a philosophy of nature conservation and method of wildlife-friendly farming.

Fourth-generation farmer Nicholas has been working the land at Vine House Farm in Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire, since he was a boy. His bird watching hobby became part of his work in 1992, leading to an MBE for his wildlife conservation work and wildlife-friendly farm management, and many other awards. Over the last 20 years, thanks to wildlife-friendly measures put in place at the farm, barn owl and whitethroat numbers have quadrupled, and tree sparrow and lapwing numbers have increased ten-fold.

Click here to visit Vine House Farm’s online shop and support North Wales Wildlife Trust at the same time!