A growing number of conservation land managers, volunteers and students, from the voluntary sector to stautory bodies, are discovering that subscribing to Conservation Land Management can help them in their work.
Every aspect of Conservation Land Management is designed for those involved in managing land. Articles focus on a wide range of issues, using up-to-date case studies to support practical solutions. Additional information, including costings, materials and equipment, is presented in easy-to-follow boxes and diagrams.
Each issue of Conservation Land Management contains a range of regular features, including events listings, new products and conference and event reports and topical comment.
Originally published by Natural England, Conservation Land Management is now part of the highly successful range of British Wildlife Publishing's wildlife and conservation publications.
Conservation Land Management covers a diverse range of subjects from around the British Isles. Recent issues have included such topics as energy generation on nature reserves, involving graziers in monitoring schemes, managing heathland, close-shepherding on Ashdown Forest, swaling in the Quantocks, creating multi-purpose buffer pools, reducing swan collisions with power lines, installing temporary fencing, wild-bird cover crops and much, much more.
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