Energy

By harnessing the power of nature and being careful with the energy we use, the places we find special can be beautiful forever

The hydro turbine at Hafod y Llan farm in Snowdonia
Dee Gathorne-Hardy, our area ranger at Ickworth, Suffolk

Inspired by trees at Ickworth 

Dee Gathorne-Hardy's love of trees began in the tropical climes of Malaysia. Today he works with other rangers and volunteers managing the woodland in the grounds of this 18th century mansion. They use woodchip to power the estate's biomass boiler.

The Salmon leap on Sudbury Water meadows

Water 

By harnessing the power of water and also being careful what we use, the places we find special can stay beautiful for longer

Solar panels, used to power lighting, on the roof of Brancaster Millennium Activity Centre, Norfolk

Good Energy 

We're working in partnership with green electricity supplier Good Energy to build an energy future that will help keep the nation’s special places fit for generations to come.

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