Since 2003 Moors for the Future have undertaken hundreds of desk and field based research and monitoring projects, completed either in-house with the help of Reseach Assistants and Volunteers, in collaboration with partner organisations or academic institutions.
The main projects that we are currently working on include:
- Making Space for Water 2
- Dark Peak Nature Improvement Area (NIA)
- Upper Derwent water quality monitoring
- Kinder Catchment Project
- Woodhead gully blocking monitoring
- South Pennine Moors (SPM) GeoNetwork
- Volunteer Monitoring Project
To make the most of the resources we have, the data we collect and the our impact on the environment, our projects are linked up with each other where-ever possible. MoorLIFE, the Kinder Catchment Project and Making Space for Water 2 share reference and control sites for example and all projects share common methodologies where appropriate.