Moors for the Future Partnership

Since 2003 the Moors for the Future Partnership has developed and delivered a landscape scale programme of blanket bog restoration, conserving and repairing the moors of the Peak District and South Pennines.

Using innovative conservation techniques the partnership has transformed over 33 sq km of degraded peat in the Peak District National Park, South Pennine Moors Special Area of Conservation and West Pennine Moors SSSI. A monitoring programme provides evidence of the effectiveness of these techniques, and the team uses communications to inspire people to care for these special places.

Work is delivered by the Moors for the Future staff team through the Peak District National Park Authority as the lead and accountable body. It is supported through its partners including the Environment Agency, Natural England, National Trust, RSPB, Severn Trent Water, United Utilities, Yorkshire Water, Pennine Prospects and representatives of the moorland owner and farming community.

Our other partners

Yorkshire Peat Partnership is restoring peatlands in the Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and northern parts of the South Pennines.
The Northumberland Peat Partnership is a collaborative effort that brings stakeholders together to effectively and successfully draw finance to survey, manage and restore degraded peatland habitats within the Partnership Area of Northumberland, north of the A69.
The Cumbria Peat Partnership (CPP) is a practical delivery group, led by Cumbria Wildlife Trust and made up of 14 organisations from across Cumbria.
The Lancashire Peat Partnership is hosted by Lancashire Wildlife Trust and works to restore peatlands across the historic county boundary of Lancashire (including Manchester and North Merseyside).
The North Pennines National Landscape team’s peatland restoration programme aims to conserve and enhance the internationally important peatland resource within the North Pennines National Landscape and UNESCO Global Geopark. 

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