The Centre for Stewardship in Falkland
The Centre for Stewardship covers 1500 hectares of land, farm, forest and hill.
The Centre for Stewardship is located on the outskirts of the beautiful conservation village of Falkland, Fife, Scotland. As well as caring for the A listed House of Falkland with its arts and craft interiors and historic landscape, we are now developing Falkland Estate as a place where people are learning how to live and work more sustainably. Our interests span from the value of re-skilling our communities to the impact of today’s decisions on climate change for future generations.
Please note: all photographs on this website are copyright to Falkland Stewardship Trust.
We can offer flexible meeting spaces that can be used for a variety of purposes: seminars, away days, lectures, board meetings, conferences, weddings, dinners, cooking demonstrations.
The Centre for Stewardship relies on the goodwill, expertise and generosity of volunteers to help support our work. Whether you are interested in conservation, events or archiving we can offer a range of volunteering opportunities.
Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership
The Living Lomonds is a landscape conservation programme being delivered by the Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership (LLLP), an association of organisations in Fife and Perth & Kinross. Find out more >>
The Zero Waste Initiative
Our Zero Waste coordinators are continuing their work in Tanshall (Glenrothes), St Andrews, Buckhaven and Templehall (Kirkcaldy). There’s been a whole raft of activities taking place, offering people tips and ideas on how to reduce waste, recycle more and save money along the way. Find out more >>