The Environmental Land Management Tests and Trials team are looking for volunteers to take part in their Landscape Recovery component.
Landscape Recovery is one of the three components of the Environmental Land Management Scheme.
Landscape Recovery will support the delivery of landscape and ecosystem recovery through long-term, land use change projects, including projects to restore wilder landscapes in places where that is appropriate, large-scale tree planting and peatland restoration projects. These projects can deliver a wide variety of environmental outcomes and support local environmental priorities while making an important contribution to national targets.
The Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs has launched a notice of intent to publish a third call for Environmental Land Management Tests and Trials proposals to contribute to the design of the new Landscape Recovery component.
Tests and Trials are a vehicle for engaging with a wider range of farmers, land managers and stakeholders to harness their ideas and conduct research towards understanding how parts of the new scheme work in a real life environment.
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