Hill Farm Project Contributors

DHFP offers an annual Contributors scheme for those who wish to support and endorse the projects’ objectives to support the farming community on Dartmoor. 

DHFP is driven and guided by Dartmoor farmers, and our work is informed by the views of members and our Steering Group. As the UK slowly departs from Europe, the coming years represent a considerable challenge for farming, and in these uncertain times DHFP will be working to raise the profile of the Dartmoor farming community and its importance to the local landscape and economy.  In addition to this, the DHFP offers a range of training and events for Dartmoor farmers throughout the year and subscriptions are used directly to offset the costs of providing this programme.

A range of Contributors events are held throughout the year, and a number of discounts are also available exclusively to Contributors. This year, DHFP are pleased to continue a successful partnership with Glendinnings, who offer discounts on agricultural lime, concrete and stone to Contributors. Through Glendinnings, Contributors can access advice, soil testing, and access to specialist equipment capable of delivering to and spreading on remote moorland sites.  Further information will be provided to Contributors from September.

Membership is £60 for a year, starting on 1st September. Payment can be made via standing order (please contact us for more info), or online through this website:

  • Follow this link to Dartmoor National Park's 'Charges and Payment' page on their website

  • Fill in all the details on the page, for 'Description of 'Payment' please write "Contributors" followed by your farm name

  • Click submit and that's it! You will receive a VAT receipt for your records

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