The newest re-wilding project in the Ecomuseum.
Bamff is an upland farm close to Alyth owned by the Ramsay family. From the 1980s, they have been doing pioneering environmental restoration including, since 2002, the successful re-introduction of beavers. They are now re-wilding over 450 acres, in the style of the renowned Knepp Wildland in Sussex.
Twelve fields, six woods and some of the UK’s most impressive beaver territories will be transformed into a contiguous area of self-willed land, with conservation grazing from a small number of free-roaming cattle, pigs and ponies.