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
A Ranger at Penrose working in the woodlands

How our rangers are helping nature this winter 

Catch-up with our rangers and find out what they've been doing to help nature at our places this winter

Walkers on the footpath towards Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia, Wales

Help protect Snowdonia's fragile natural wonders 

Snowdonia's rangers are constantly working to maintain the pathways, now, after completing their most extensive review of the landscape to date, they urgently need your help to get repairs underway on two and a half miles of the path network.

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.

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 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.

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Conservation stories


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