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Parish Wildlife Project

The Parish Wildlife Project (PWP) is intended to assist communities in identifying how they can contribute to the conservation of habitats and species within their local areas.

We are working with parish councils, local community groups, landowners, local people and individuals to increase the number of sites that are being managed for nature, by local community or volunteer groups, from 20 to 45 by 2018.

To find out more about the projects and the groups involved visit the Parish Wildlife Project page on the Nature in the Dales website.

Habitats

Follow this link to find fascinating facts about the priority habitats in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Species

There are over 150 species found in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Following this link to find out about them.

Conserving wildlife

Learn more about how we conserve the wildlife of the National Park

Help for farmers

From grants to stewardships, we can help

Trees and Woodland

Get advice from our Trees and Woodland team

High Nature Value Farming

Find out more about High Nature Value Farming (HNV)

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