The UniversiTree is part of The Deep Adaptation Research Centre set in 3 acres of rural Kent we are supporting Social and Environmental initiatives that will help us adapt to the rapidly changing climate of our world and society.
It is a small site set in a large landscape and we hope to build bridges between the rural and urban and are hoping to support urban communities access rural landscapes and exchange skills and culture.
We hope to be accessible to all who want to come and ask for donations to keep the project going. We have ongoing taxes, bills etc and would like to make sure the UniversiTree grows sustainably.
At the moment we have no funding and rely on donations for support.
You are welcome to bring your own tent or camper van / caravan and use one of our pitches, or alternatively we offer the following accommodations:
Bell tent (2 people)
Lovely bell tent provided with 2 beds and a night light, cosy and private.
Family tent (6/8 people)
If you need more room, this is perfect for you.
Caravan (2/3 people)
Cosy little caravan with comfy bed and all you need.