Land & landscape

We look after 250,000 hectares of countryside and more than 775 miles of coastline, keeping them accessible for future generations

Crummock and Rannerdale, Lake District
Adam Henson, one of the presenters of BBC Countryfile

Book your BBC Countryfile Live tickets 

What will the countryside look like in 2030? And should we be creating more room for wildlife? These are just some of the talks taking place at BBC Countryfile Live this August 4-7. You can also enjoy seasonal food and drink while the kids can get back to nature with den-building and tree climbing.

Hydro-electric scheme on Stickle Ghyll

Stickle Ghyll 

At Stickle Ghyll in the Lake District we’re making our own electricity using a natural resource that we have plenty of – rain!

The hill is a prehistoric hill fort and National Nature Reserve, situated in the Blackmore Vale, near Blandford Forum

What historic landscapes mean to us 

With the help of archaeology, we're uncovering the stories of our historic landscapes.

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Conservation stories

A Marbled White butterfly at Stonehenge

A ranger’s view of Stonehenge Landscape

Ranger Ben Cooke explains why Stonehenge Landscape is significant to the nature that calls it home.


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