Welcome to Talamh Beo

Welcome to Tommy Earley’s Farm

Tommy farms a hundred acres of inherited land on the shores of Lough Allen in North County Roscommon. He has been farming organically on the site since 1996. Tommy farms organic Aberdeen angus suckler cows, has 25 acres of forestry, additional natural woodlands, beehives, 25 acres of raised bog and meitheal allotments (horticultural developments).

He is involved in many projects including the conservation of Red Data species of flora and fauna, habitat management and sharing with visitors the opportunity to enjoy this rich habitat. Hear more about his farm below.


Tommy Earley's Farm

Join Tommy as he takes us on a tour of his picturesque farm on the shores of Lough Allen in County Roscommon. Find out about the species of flora and fauna he is conserving, see the beautiful trees on his land and learn about the types of soil he farms with.

meet our eip soil biodiversity project

Specialists & Participants

Find out more about our project participants and their farms. Learn how they will benefit from their EIP Soil Biodiversity Project participation, and follow their journey through regular news and video updates.

Hands & Soil

Our Funding Partners

The Soil Biodiversity Literacy and Enhancement project is an EIP (European Innovation Partnership) project being administered by The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine. The Project is funded by the EU Recovery Instrument Funding under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2022