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    Croft7 is a micro  Arts & Produce  business based  in Fasaig and Inveralligin, Torridon in the Western Highlands of Scotland. Using the local crofting environment to grow fruit, vegetables, salad crops, herbs, cut flowers, dye plants, wild flower and perennial cottage garden plants, willow cuttings for growing on, or for creating craft work, living willow structures or firewood kindlers and willow log bundles.    Our lives in the Torridon landscape and work within it inform our artwork,             textiles, photography and writing.

            Croft7   Fasaig

       On this croft land  we want to create a rewarding, mixed cropping croft including small scale poultry for live stock element. Retaining wetland wild flower areas, making wildlife ponds,
increasing biodiversity and habitats.  Creating a forest garden area .
Growing perennial cottage garden flowering plants, herbs, and dye plants and wild flowers.

Produce is on sale at the Croft7   Inveralligin  `Pick Your Own plot`  five miles west of Fasaig.

INVERALLIGIN   looking over     Alligin   `Pick your own`  and      Alligin Willow plots.

                   Pick Your Own Plot          double click picture to go to    PICK YOUR OWN PLOT   PAGE                        

            Alligin Willows                                   Willows   double click picture to go directly to     Alligin Willow  pages


    Fasaig                          The croft land worked for hay in late 60`s     J. Charnley Photo Collection

     Fasaig crofts   1970                                                                             John Charnley photo collection 

  We want to share what we do with our local community and visitors to Torridon.
 Contact us if you would like to visit.          Les              mobile:- 07716542732
 feltmaker5@btinternet.         Sheila         01445 791365    







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