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Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Natural England launches further consultation on upland review

Natural England has invited further contributions to the second stage of a wide-ranging evidence review into land management, biodiversity and ecosystem services in the uplands. Views and contributions are welcome from upland land managers, land owners, industry, academic, scientific and third sector groups.

The independent review of upland evidence is being carried out in two parts and was launched last month with a request for contributions around three initial topic areas. The first phase will draw to a close on 20 July and the independent experts will begin to carefully consider the evidence in relation to each of the questions set out in the scoping document: (341kb)pdf document.

Natural England is now inviting submissions of evidence for the second phase of the study which will cover:
  • Determining environmentally sustainable stocking regimes on moorland
  • Assessing the feasibility of restoring degraded blanket bog
The deadline for submissions is 14 September 2012.

Source: http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/about_us/news/2012/170712.aspx

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