Our rivers are our life force and are internationally important for wildlife
Will manages the Tamara Partnership team and overseas the delivery of the Scheme, by working closely with our Partners and other agencies.
Gary is the lead for the Heritage-focussed projects of the Tamara Landscape Partnership and manages the Land Management Officer.
Chris is responsible for managing the finance and monitoring of the Scheme. He also leads on the Tamara Trainees project.
Sabina leads on delivering the Scheme’s communications strategy, liaising with the media and creating regular engaging content.
Sammy leads on the Scheme’s community-focussed projects. She also manages the recruitment, training and development of our amazing volunteers.
Sarah works with farmers, landowners and communities in the Tamar Valley, offering support and guidance on everything from climate change to the introduction of the new Environment Land Management Scheme (ELMS) agri-environment schemes.
The Board is made up of the partners organisations that work together to make the Tamara Landscape Partnership a success. It provides overall governance for the Tamara Landscape Partnership, although delegation for the day-to- day operation has been assigned to the Tamara Landscape Partnership team. The role of the Board is therefore to provide leadership, scrutiny of the project and, at times and where appropriate, to be a ‘critical friend’ to the project. The Board also holds responsibility for financial management, risk monitoring and strategic management of the project.
The intrinsic strengths of the Tamara Landscape Partnership Scheme are based upon the views and values of its working partners. Their perspectives on the importance of the Tamara Landscape Partnership area and its contribution to their business is vital to developing our outputs and outcomes during the delivery phase. We are proud of the vital support we receive from the following partners:
The Tamara Landscape Partnership Scheme area encompasses the whole of the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), plus an additional block of land to the west of the AONB boundary incorporating the lower Lynher as informed by the connecting landscape types.
The Scheme area is 295km2.
significantly and internationally important cultural landscape