Living Landscapes Projects
The Grazing Project
Living Landscapes is central to the objective of the Trust’s Grazing Project, a pioneering site management initiative which has concentrated on building both capacity and flexibility into our county-wide conservation grazing programme. The project clearly addresses C's 1 and 2 (habitat maintenance, restoration and creation). For more information see the Grazing Project page.
Surrey Greenspace Project
This People & Wildlife project has focused on re-connecting communities and neighbourhoods with their local wildlife through a carefully targeted programme of outreach and environmental interpretation. Click here for more information.
Two Trust nature reserves have been successfully connected via the aspirations of a wider wetland restoration project east of Redhill. The Moors and Spynes Mere are both restored former sand pits supporting a rich variety of wildlife, particularly birds and aquatic insects. A more recent wave of habitat restoration and transfer of management responsibility on land between and adjacent to the two sites, has resulted in a functioning wetland wildlife corridor of some 3 kms in length. Holmethorpe Lagoons and Mercers West have recently been added to the chain of lakes, and additional parcels of land are being earmarked for future enhancements and acquisition to extend the Living Landscape still further.