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Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund between 2006 and 2011, the Neroche Landscape Partnership Scheme (NLPS) supported landscape and heritage activities to improve wildlife conservation, access and recreation, learning and skills development within the northern section of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Forest Research gathered evidence of how the NLPS affected partners, participants and surrounding communities, alongside insights and lessons learnt from the scheme’s governance structure.
The evaluation was completed in April 2011.
Led by the Forestry Commission, in partnership with:
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