Applications now open for The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Welsh Government’s new grant programmes helping communities to look after the natural world.
A £2.9m HLF Landscape Partnership grant has been earmarked for the National Park to restore lost habitats, develop Forest skills and inspire a new generation to champion and care for the New Forest.The seven-year New Forest Landscape Partnership will be led by the New Forest National Park Authority
A short-term competitive fund to kick-start environmental renewal while creating and retaining a range of jobs in England.
68 inspiring projects have received grants from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund for wildlife conservation and nature restoration.
Today, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced grants totalling £21m to conserve nine distinctive landscapes. This investment will ensure a boost for rural areas and provide long-term social, economic and environmental benefits. The landscapes are:Coigach and Assynt, a beautiful and remote
UNESCO has recognised the Isle of Wight as a Biosphere Reserve. Thanks in big part to The National Lottery, we can prove that nature and people can co-exist.
Wales’s natural landscape has long been regarded a thing of beauty to be treasured. It does however need constant care, and thanks to National Lottery players over 3,000 volunteers will be recruited to look after it as part of two new initiatives announced today.
The unique natural, cultural and built heritage of Lough Neagh and its environs is to be explored, protected and enjoyed as part of a major new five-year project which was awarded a £2.58million grant through HLF’s Landscape Partnership programme.Over the last decade the Landscape Partnership