Goodwood is responsible for the stewardship of approximately 12,000 acres on one site in rural West Sussex
Sustainability at Goodwood
Our 12,000 acres come with great responsibility to protect, maintain and enhance the character, setting and landscape for the enjoyment of future generations, without compromising their needs.
From solar panels and biomass boilers to rewilding and biodiversity projects, including the introduction of 78,000 new trees, there are a number of projects underway to ensure we achieve our eventual goal of becoming a carbon neutral estate.
Goodwood Home Farm is one of the only self-sustaining organic farms in Europe. We work closely with the Soil Association which Susan, Duchess of Richmond became a supporter of early on.
These organic principles are at the centre of Goodwood's model of progressive farming, producing delicious, high quality produce.
Walking at Goodwood
Discover the natural estate on a countryside walk. With two mapped walking routes, our picturesque surroundings have a fascinating history and many points of interest for you to enjoy.
There is no better way to reconnect with nature and feel refreshed and restored.
The Goodwood Education Trust
From pre-school to post-graduates
The Duke of Richmond established The Goodwood Education Trust in 1976 to provide more young people with access to the natural world.
Goodwood offers schools and colleges an exciting range of workshops and visits to inspire learning outside the classroom.
Stories from The Goodwood Estate
Goodwood’s Head of Forestry, Darren Norris, talks trees, soil and sustainability.