The Land Advice Service run a number of projects as part of the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme, a five year scheme aiming to restore lost habitats, develop Forest skills and inspire a new generation to champion and care for the New Forest.
There are four NFLAS projects, follow the links for more details:
- Working Woodlands is aiming to bring 120 hectares of woodland back into sustainable management.
- Nature’s Stepping Stones involves working with the owners and managers of grassland, heathland, coastal and wetland Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation in the Forest to ensure they are well managed.
- Better Boundaries works with landowners in targeted landscape areas in the west of the New Forest to restore, enhance and create boundary features to improve and produce wildlife corridors.
- New Forest Rural Skills is run with the Commoners Defence Association to deliver a training programme for young farmers, young commoners, farmers and commoners, and other landowners and managers around the New Forest.