Land Management Grants
The Exmoor Knotweed Control Project
Japanese knotweed is one of Britain’s most invasive weeds, and is posing a real threat to some of the native flora and fauna of Exmoor. Both Japanese knotweed and its cousin, Himalayan knotweed can be seen along many watercourses on Exmoor, such as the Lyn and the Heddon, and also along hedgebanks and roadside verges.
The Project is currently able to support landowners by offering to treat the knotweed on their land.
Exmoor Pony Grant Fund
Exmoor National Park Authority has established an Exmoor Pony Grant Fund to promote and conserve free-living Exmoor ponies. Grant applications could include equipment, measures to conserve the landscape using Exmoor ponies, promotion of the breed, marketing or research.
Grants of up to £500 on a total project spend of £1,000 are available. For more information please contact Heather Harley, Conservation Officer (farming & land management) on 01398 322277, email@example.com.
To find out if you are eligible for one of these schemes, please use the links or contact
Heather Harley, Conservation Advisor (Farming) on 01398 323665 who will help you contact the right person.
- Health and Wellbeing
- Guidance for Event Organisers
- Services Information for Exmoor
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
- Exmoor's Ambition
- Information for Tourism Providers
- Business & Economy
- Grants and Funding
- Park Partners
- The Lynmouth Pavilion Project
- Superfast Broadband
- Affordable Housing on Exmoor
- Brendon Commons Council
- Headwaters of the Exe Project
- Eat Exmoor
- Climate Action