Field Trips – Field Trip 2 – Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Cranbourne Chase AONBOn day two of the conference, the local AONB Partnerships and National Park Authorities organised a day which gave delegates an opportunity to see a wide range of initiatives and projects.

The photos in the following slideshow below are from Field Trip 2 – Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation which gave an opportunity for delegates to visit a number of sites and meet a diversity of people who are working with the Cranborne Chase AONB and each other in projects that “conserve and enhance” the farmed environment. The trip will focus on the long-running Farmland Conservation Project which has successfully moved from 100% exchequer funded to 100% private sector funded, the Stepping Stones Project which came out of the NIA programme, the Vodafone Rural Open Sure Signal (ROSS) initiative and the Discover tourism projects.

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

Field Trip 2 - Collaboration and private sector involvement in farmland conservation

 

Photo Credits: Tracy Adams and Davide Blake, Cranborne Chase AONB.

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