We are working with farmers, landowners and communities to mitigate for climate change; improve water quality; increase tree and orchard planting and restore hedgerows. We are also providing support in the post-Brexit world and with the introduction of the new Environment Land Management Scheme (ELMS) agri-environment schemes.
A new vision for a new era
New Land Manager Joins the Tamara Team!
Working in partnership with Farming In Protected Landscapes (FIPL), colleagues at the AONB, we have been busy engaging with farmers and landowners. With the appointment of our new Tamara Landscape Partnership Land Manager, Sarah Richardson, over the coming months we will be focusing on identifying further sites for hedge planting and restoration and tree planting. Alongside this, working with our colleagues at the Environment Agency, Westcountry Rivers Trust, Devon Wildlife Trust and Dutchy College, we will continue the Luckett stream catchment improvement monitoring and action and get work on the Upper Tavey catchment underway.