Landscape Conservation Grant
Exmoor National Park Authority has teamed up with the Exmoor Moorland Landscape Partnership to provide a fund to support projects that benefit the landscape of Exmoor.
Exmoor National Park Authority’s Partnership Fund has given £100,000 to support the Exmoor Landscape Conservation Grant Scheme and a further £30,000 is available from the Exmoor Moorland Landscape Partnership, which has funds from the Heathcoat-Amory Charitable Trusts and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The aim of this 3 year grant scheme is to support a range of projects and traditional management works that benefit the landscape, wildlife and cultural heritage of Exmoor National Park.
Grant guidelines and application forms can be downloaded from the sidebar menu.
Information for Farmers and Land Managers
- Hedge Management
- Public Access for Farmers and Land Managers
- Info for Tree and woodland Owners
- Land Management Grants
- Beyond 2020: Views of Farmers in Exmoor National Park about Farm Funding After the United Kingdom Exits the European Union
- Knotweed Control Project
- Exmoor's Ambition
- Information for Tourism Providers
- Business & Economy
- Grants and Funding
- The Lynmouth Pavilion Project
- Moor To Enjoy Project
- Superfast Broadband
- Affordable Housing on Exmoor
- Brendon Commons Council
- Simonsbath Programme
- Headwaters of the Exe Project
- Grown in Britain on Exmoor