About

Tap o’ Noth Farm is a small CSA market farm run by James Reid and Rosa Bevan and is situated at the foot of Tap o’ Noth hill, near the village of Rhynie in rural Aberdeenshire. We farm ecologically grown vegetables…

Veg boxes

Working with nature to farm for community Veg boxes begin late June 2018! Read the below information then sign up here. Veg boxes – fresh, local, seasonal and naturally grown. We grow vegetables in our half acre market garden using…

What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is about taking responsibility for how our food is produced by helping to build a more local and balanced farming system. It enables farmers to practice ecological methods which are beneficial to our shared environment whilst…

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Permaculture?

Originally posted on sustainableglasgow:
The following is a blog by our contributor Stuart Anderson all about his experience with permaculture and how it has affected him and what it actually is. This will be a continued blog with it being…

EVENT: Formidable Vegetable Sound System to play at the Tap

Tap o’ Noth are really excited to host a special musical evening of permaculture ecological electroswing ukulele sounds from Formidable Vegetable Sound System. This farmhouse gig is a rare chance to catch Charlie Mgee of FVSS performing a small and…

Take a guided tour

*Tours are now finished for 2017 – see you next year! On the second Saturday of every month (May to September) come and  join the Tap’s own James Reid for a 2.5 hour guided tour around  Tap o’ Noth Farm. You will be lead…

Meet your Farmers

First generation farmers James and Rosa call Tap o’ Noth Farm their home and are the people who grow your veg (they don’t? Maybe you would like them to?).  Both have a huge passion for simple, honest real food (growing…

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