Here you will find more information on our projects. Click on the projects below for details on what we did, who was involved, and what we achieved. We hope you will find the case studies and final reports informative.
Preserving farming heritage one barn at a time by bringing together local craftspeople and volunteers.
Making the outdoors more accessible for visitors through trail improvements and guided walks.
Creating education opportunities for young people in the great outdoors.
Providing educational materials for communities and interpretive training for volunteers.
Protecting the endangered White-Clawed Crayfish by finding new habitats for them to call home.
Investing in local communities by providing funding for meaningful heritage projects
Training the next generation of workers through countryside and farming apprenticeships.
Supporting farming communities with help, advice and care; now and into the future.
Enhancing, restoring and expanding species-rich grasslands across the South West Peak.
Introducing new groups of people to a wild and beautiful landscape through local champions.
Telling the engaging tale of farming in the South West Peak through individual histories.
Repairing and improving footpaths and stone walls at the iconic and beautiful Roaches.
Natural and sustainable flood management working with natural processes and habitat restoration.
Preserving historic sites, monuments and objects through identification, monitoring and restoration.
Providing practical business training for those aspiring to get a foot on the farming ladder.
Improving water quality using local expertise and restoring habitats through replanting and invasive species removal.
Encouraging a life-long love of the outdoors in children through outdoor play activities.
Helping the recovery of wading birds through habitat management and monitoring.
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