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Moors Conservation Award

Applications are now open for a Conservation Award, which is made biennially and recognises efforts to protect biodiversity or vernacular architecture in the North York Moors. An award of £500 is made to the winning entry, funded jointly by the North Yorkshire Moors Association and the National Park Authority. Applications are now invited from individuals, […]

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Himalayan balsam

Tackling invasive plant species

With help from Yorkshire Water, the North York Moors National Park Authority are about to commence battle with two non-native invasive plant species on the River Esk, River Seph and River Rye catchments. Yorkshire Water are kindly providing funding for the non-native invasive plant control programme, tackling Japanese knotweed and Himalayan balsam which pose a […]

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Mend Our Mountains

Public call to help Mend Our Mountains amid fears of footpath decline

Sir Chris Bonington, Doug Scott CBE and Julia Bradbury are supporting a major new British Mountaineering Council (BMC) crowdfunding campaign launched yesterday (14 March) to raise money for environmental projects on some of Britain’s most iconic peaks: Mend Our Mountains. Booming visitor numbers and smaller budgets, compounded by the extensive damage of recent flooding, means […]

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Grants for traditional boundaries‏

Farmers and landowners in the North York Moors have benefited from grants totalling £64,400 last year to plant and restore hedges and dry stone walls. The funding came from the National Park Authority’s Traditional Boundary Scheme (TBS) which was set up to assist the maintenance of these key characters of the local and national landscape […]

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