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Land management

Supporting our land managers

We know how crucial land management activities are to the delivery of National Park aims and the impact land management has on biodiversity, landscapes and water. We aim to establish and maintain positive and productive relationships with land managers in the National Park, helping them to deliver optimum public benefits from their use of land whilst achieving a viable economic return.


We deliver a support service to land managers in accordance with state aid regulations (Articles 21, 22, 38 and 39 of European Commission Regulation 702/2014) as outlined in this Support Service to Land Managers guidance.

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Deer in the National Park

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Future Nature

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Training & awareness-raising

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Our Trees and Woodland Strategy

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