England Biodiversity strategy
View the latest England Biodiversity strategies:
- England Biodiversity strategy 2011 (2.7 MB)
Bird of Prey Initiative
In 2011, five leading land management and conservation organisations in the Peak District National Park agreed targets to try and restore populations of 3 key birds of prey in the Dark Peak.View the latest Bird of Prey Initiative reports here:
- Bird of Prey Initiative 2012-2015 report (324 KB)
- Bird of Prey Initiative 2016-2017 report (46 KB)
- Bird of Prey Initiative 2018 report (459KB)
- Bird of Prey Initiative 2019 report (1MB)
Local Nature Partnership
The Peak District has been granted Local Nature Partnership status by the Government, making us one of 48 Local Nature Partnerships in England. For more information visit our Local Nature Partnership webpage.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) offers various different funding programmes for cultural and natural heritage projects. Visit the HLF funding programme for more information.
Biffa Award offers funding under it's 'Rebuilding Biodiversity' scheme, to find out more visit the Biffa Award website.
Do you know your cowslip from your cow parsley? Or your buttercup from your butterbur? Plantlife are calling on people to put a spring in their step and join the UK's only annual wild flowers survey. To find out more visit the Planetlife website.
The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) coordinate all kinds of surveys across the country, visit the OPAL website to find out how to get involved.