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The Sustainable Trust was granted charitable status in spring 2002. Based on the Old Clowance Estate at Praze-an-Beeble, The Sustainable Trust achieved charitable status 12 years ago. We are responsible for 75 acres of historic estate woodland locally, managed for outdoor education for all. We also care for another 15 acres in the Luxulyan Valley. Used by school and outdoor education groups Crenver Grove on the B3303 at the turn off to Drym is open to the public during daylight hours. Fox Grove is a Nature Reserve and dogs are not encouraged. Deer and Otter have been seen here.

Our projects reflect our belief that natural resources are better for both the long term health of the planet and those who inhabit it. Building with environmentally sensitive or locally produced materials, is also a part of our work. Our office is solar powered, our vehicle runs on biodiesel made from waste oil. The major project at the moment is the restoration of a collapsed quoit at Carwynnen. Please like our Facebook pages at The Sustainable Trust and Carwynnen Quoit for recent news, or follow our tweets