Our sites


Zerodig Oakbrook

This Zerodig project is our demonstration and trial site.  Based at the Oakbrook Community Farm, Stroud, this is the site where we have proven our Zerodig model.

The site is now commercially viable selling wholesale locally within the Stroud District.  It is time and labour efficient and is the basis of much of our Research and Development

Details of the site and its progress can be seen here.

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Royal Agricultural University

The GREAT Project Zerodig at the Royal Agricultural University, is converting a conventional arable field into a nature-friendly horticultural plot using the Zerodig method to supply sustainable food locally and teach agroecology.

Follow the progress here

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Zerodig Crackstone

The first and most advanced of our commercial sites is in Crackstone, Gloucestershire.

The site was created from pasture in January 2020. Luke began selling produce by May 2020.

In the Autumn of 2023 Luke launched a tea collaboration with Black Cloud tea.

Follow Luke and his team here

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The Three Turnips

The Three Turnips is a CSA market garden set up in 2022 at Lower Hampen Farm, Gloucestershire.

Zerodig Earth has helped in the setup process, consulting on bed set up and with growing advice for the first year.

Details of the site and its progress can be seen here.

Zerodig site Bideford

Zerodig Bideford

Kingsley School is becoming the world’s first school to integrate climate action into the core school curriculum.

At the heart of the school is a Zerodig market garden which enables the school to move towards food self-sufficiency.

Details of the site and its progress can be seen here

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Zerodig Oxford

This is the site where co-founder Christopher Upton first began pioneering and perfecting the no-dig growing methods that would evolve into Zerodig.