Tulloch Farm is the family farm where our journey began. No plots have been sold from this location since 2006.
In 2021 alone we planted approximately 14000 trees here in the old sheep fields which will greatly assist in rewilding the land.
The main species we planted are sessile oak, alder, silver birch and aspen.
Other species we planted include hazel, bird cherry, willow, crab apple and rowan, creating a really diverse mix.
The unplanted areas to the east of the farm, and north of the railway, are areas of deep peat. These will be left unplanted and allowed to regenerate naturally.
Tulloch Farm is the family farm where our journey began. No plots have been sold from this location since 2006. In 2021 alone we planted approximately 14,000 trees here in the old sheep fields.
Highland Titles started selling souvenir plots of land from the family farm at Tulloch, near Roy Bridge, in 2006. No plots have been sold from this location since 2006, but Tulloch Reach remains under the management of the company. Tulloch Reach is around 20 acres of woodland and more than 1 mile of river frontage in the Spean valley, and the entire site is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
It is planted mainly with birch, but with pockets of alder, rowan, willow and larch. There are also open grassy areas and patches of gorse.
We have not sold plots of land from this location for many years and we do not encourage you to visit. Access is difficult and could not cope with increased footfall.
We are passionate about conserving, preserving and restoring the Scottish Landscape. We work with a number of likeminded organisations trying to make a real difference to Scotland for generations to come.
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