Land & landscape

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

Corn Du and Pen-y-Fan, Brecon Beacons, Powys
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.

" We have to make tough decisions and break new ground to make our land fit for the future, but we're ready for the challenge."
- Keith Jones, environmental practices adviser for Wales
A view of flooded fields from Glastonbury Tor, Somerset

Living with change - managing water and flooding 

We examine the ways climate change has impacted on the north coast of Somerset, and how we're responding.

Jim our volunteer ranger talks to some visitors

Otter expert and Volunteer Ranger, Jim Bebbington 

With my wife, Marilyn, I volunteer as a National Trust ranger on the Stackpole Estate in South Pembrokeshire, leading guided walks to help our visitors see the wildlife on the estate.

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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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