Browse our selection of case studies showcasing the vital work being undertaken by Working Conservationists in lowland areas across the UK.
The Peppering project is delivering the holy grail of farmland wildlife.
Restoring woodland on a small farm in East Sussex.
Passing on a family passion for conservation.
A wildlife paradise on the North Wessex Downs.
Taking an intelligent approach to predation management in the Avon Valley.
Graham Denny keeps his 200-acre Suffolk farm an oasis for rare summer visitors.
From a chalk stream to a woodcock wood, Richard Wills is a conservation champion.
John Riley’s love of digging ponds
attracts some unusual avian visitors.
On Exmoor birds are thriving thanks to land managers Darren Ninnis and Pete Stanbury.
Rob Denny recruits an army of volunteers to bring water voles back to the Monnow.
Terry Mills turned a Ceredigion sheep farm into a habitat haven for wildlife.
Applying science to dramatically increase birdlife on a Scottish farm.
Farmers joining forces to save their local species.
Denbighshire dairy farmer Ant Griffith says a new approach to agri-environment schemes could reverse wildlife declines.
Grey partridge conservation projects are often associated with great estates, but it can be done on a smaller scale.
In five years the farmer-led Waders for Real project managed to reverse the decline of lapwing and redshank in the Avon Valley.
Adam Henson believes we must bridge the growing knowledge gap about where our food comes from, if we are to feed the nation and restore the environment.
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