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Pondtail Wood – works progressing under new owner

August 14th, 2017

We are pleased to report that the new owner of Pondtail Wood is working with the SDNPA, the Forestry Commission and Natural England. Works are progressing well to remove the waste and hard-core from the central/lower area of the site, in accordance with the requirements of the planning enforcement notice – this is being undertaken […]

On the Ground in July 2017

August 2nd, 2017

Don’t forget to say hello if you spot our rangers and volunteers out working in the National Park. Here’s a taste of what they achieved in July 2017. Worked with the East Meon Cub Group planting sedges, water mint, brooklime, water forget-me-not and marsh marigold into stream berms. Carried out butterfly surveys on three key […]

ICM Direct and the Citizens Panel

August 1st, 2017

The South Downs National Park Authority has appointed ICM Direct, a leading research agency, to recruit members of the public living in and near the South Downs National Park to our first Citizens Panel. We are hoping to recruit 2,000 people to the Citizens Panel to help us carry out research that will help us […]

South Downs Research Conference explores life after Brexit

July 12th, 2017

“Good research is the antidote to fear and scaremongering.” With his introduction Trevor Beattie, Chief Executive for the South Downs National Park Authority, set the tone for a day of evidence at the fourth annual South Downs Research Conference, sponsored by Coast to Capital, on 6 July 2017. Professor Brett Day from the University of Exeter, […]

Most asked: Adam Brown, Research and Evidence Officer for SDNPA

July 4th, 2017

Send us your questions about a particular area of work in the National Park to Answering this month is: Adam Brown, Research and Evidence Officer for the SDNPA who is currently busy organising the South Downs Research Conference 2017, sponsored by Coast to Capital. Why does a national park need research? We want to […]

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