These case studies relate to the following outcomes of the SDNPA Partnership Management Plan.
Outcome 1 – The Landscape Character of the National Park, its special qualities and local distinctiveness have been conserved by effectively managing the land and the negative impacts of development and cumulative change.
Outcome 2 – There is an increased capacity within the landscape for its natural resources, habitats and species to adapt to climate change and other pressures.
Outcome 3 – A well-managed and better connected network of habitats and increased population and distribution of priority species now exist in the National Park.
- Clausentum Fen – Restoring biodiversity (April 2018)
- Arun and Rother Connections (ARC) (June 2017)
- SMART – Improving the ecological status of the River Rother (April 2017)
- Riverfly Monitoring on the Meon (November 2016)
- Barbastelle Bats (October 2016)
- Beddingham scrub clearance and reptile relocation (March 2016)
- Heathlands Reunited – An example of successful fundraising (February 2016)
- Chalk Grassland Restoration – Winchester Focal Area (December 2015)
- Project BOB (Barn Owl Box Project) (October 2015)
- South Pond (October 2015)
- Using wildlife cameras (August 2015)
- Experiences of River Restoration (September 2015)
- Graffham Down (July 2015)
- Woolbeding Community Habitat Mapping Project (May 2015)
- Binstead SNCI (April 2015)
- White Lion Pond (2014)
- Rodmell Wildflower Pollination (2014)
- East Meon River Restoration (2014)