Celebrating 15 years of mending moorland at the heart of the UK

20 February 2018

A team of organisations that helps beloved landscapes at the heart of the UK is celebrating its 15th anniversary with 15 unique events. The Moors for the Future Partnership commemorates…

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Blanket bog conservation work features in new Spanish research book

19 February 2018

A newly published book is sharing guidance and information about peatland conservation across the world. International experts share their insights into the identification, description, restoration and protection of peat bogs…

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February MoorNEWS out now

13 February 2018

The February edition of our newsletter, MoorNEWS is available to read online now. You can find out more about our conservation work, the UAV being used for landscape-scale research, and why we are monitoring…

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Fantastic figures for conservation

12 February 2018

Our conservation team is always busy and 2017 showed no signs of slowing down.  Check out these figures from September- December 2017 to give you an idea of how much…

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Work to repair a stretch of popular Peak District bridleway set to get underway

22 January 2018

Repair works to protect wildlife and moorland habitat are set to begin on the Cutthroat track bridleway. The Moors for the Future Partnership is delivering works for and on behalf…

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Defra’s 25 year Environment Plan is good news for peatlands

11 January 2018

Moors for the Future Partnership welcomes the inclusion of peatlands in Defra’s 25 Year Environment Plan which was released today. The proposal announces the intention to deliver a new ambitious…

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Student project aims to discover how conservation work affects release of greenhouse gases

10 January 2018

A university research project aims to discover how the restoration of moorland affects the release of harmful greenhouse gases.   Bangor University student, Bethany Howes, is working with Moors…

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Moors for the Future Partnership science team is soarin’ with innovative unmanned aerial vehicle

18 December 2017

A state-of-the-art unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is set to help the Moors for the Future Partnership monitor and analyse the impact of conservation works across vast, open moorlands. Members of…

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Photo competition puts adventures in the uplands in focus

20 November 2017

Amateur photographers are being encouraged to enter a national photography competition celebrating British mountains, moorlands and bogs by entering images of their ‘adventures in the uplands’. The competition is organised…

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Monitoring our own carbon footprint as we help to reduce flood risk and join the fight against climate change

17 November 2017

“Millions of people around the world have suffered – and continue to suffer – from extreme weather events… The message cannot get any clearer. We no longer have the luxury…

Read more… Monitoring our own carbon footprint as we help to reduce flood risk and join the fight against climate change

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