Land & landscape

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

Great Landgale in the Lake District, Cumbria
Man chopping a tree with a chainsaw

What do rangers do in winter? 

Winter is a time when much of our wildlife is dormant. It’s also when many of our rangers are at their busiest, carrying out vital conservation work.

A Gatekeeper butterfly at Nymans

The State of Nature report 2016 

We've teamed up with over 50 other nature organisations to produce the latest State of Nature report which reveals that over half of UK species have declined over recent decades.

New markets for land and nature

Find out more about how Natural Infrastructure Schemes could pay for a better environment.

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.

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.

Focus on...

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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