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Monitoring Behaviour Change

Lead Partner:

New Forest National Park Authority

What is it about?

Our Past, Our Future focuses strongly on engaging with different audiences with the intention of increasing levels of understanding about the New Forest, increasing the rural skills required to care for the Forest and changing behaviour.

The wide range of activities proposed collectively through the Landscape Partnership Scheme including training, interpretation, one on one engagement and campaigns, provides a unique opportunity to monitor the success of the different activities and ways of engaging people to identify which are most effective and which ultimately have the biggest impact.  As such monitoring of behavioural change and improving understanding will be a specific part of the overall monitoring and evaluation work.Contact Details

Contact Details

Rachael Gallagher  - New Forest National Park Authority


  1. Projects
  2. Working Woodlands
  3. Better Boundaries
  4. Conserving the Forest Fringe
  5. New Forest Invasive Non-Native Plants
  6. Living Waters
  7. Nature's Stepping Stones
  8. Rediscovering and Conserving Our Archaeological Heritage
  9. Historic Routes and Past Pathways
  10. New Forest Rural Skills
  11. Apprentice Rangers
  12. Building Skills
  13. Veteran Trees Skills
  14. New Forest Knowledge
  15. Heritage on My Doorstep
  16. Common Cause: Verderers' Hall
  17. Foxbury: Connecting People with Places
  18. New Forest Connects
  19. Wild Play
  20. New Forest Arts Festival
  21. Monitoring Biodiversity
  22. Monitoring Behaviour Change (you are here)
  23. Common Cause: Through Our Ancestors' Eyes
  24. Common Cause: Shared Forest


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