Have you ever seen our Rangers or volunteers out in the landscape in their red jackets and wondered what they're actually up to?
This is where you can find out a bit more from our 'North Lakes' team about the work they do whether it's in Borrowdale, the Buttermere Valley, Ennerdale or out on the Whitehaven Coast.
Commemorating the Lake District fells given as war memorials during 2018 doesn't just involve acts of remembrance, it also involves acts of conservation
Upland path ranger Jordan takes time on a winter's day to reflect on a year on the Lake District fells and the importance of leaving projects looking as if he was never there.
The north lakes upland rangers battle icy conditions in a race against time to complete this season's mission before winter takes hold
When a reservoir suffers water damage...
Jordan the upland ranger has dappled sun on his back and history on his mind when re-pitching a bridleway in Borrowdale
Ever wondered who repairs the paths we love to tread, high up in the fells where even hauling yourself and your rucksack feels like hard work? Meet Jordan, one of 16 upland rangers working across the Lake District.
Help us control Derwent Water's biggest problem plant, the invasive New Zealand Pigmy Weed
Catch up with the North Lakes Ranger team as they carry out some routine repair work on a popular trackway in Loweswater
The Ranger team are busy this time of year with laying hedges
Catch up with some of the work the Ranger team in the North Lakes got stuck into during 2016
A blog post about a soggy day meeting ancient trees in Borrowdale with Woodlands Ranger Maurice Pankhurst
Read my blog post about National Trust Rangers sharing their botanical skills and knowledge of hay meadows and peat bogs in Loweswater, Cumbria
Find out why we share Ennerdale with 34 big black shaggy cows
Love walking in the Lake District? Ever wondered who cares for the upland paths and precious habitats beneath your feet?