The partnership brings together farmers and graziers who live, work, and manage livestock on the Black Mountains, working alongside land owners, Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, Natural Resources Wales, and Welsh Water, to discuss and collaborate on the current and future management, sustainability and conservation of the Black Mountains.
The partnership aims to improve the quality of farming and environmental habitats, the protection of natural capital such as water and soil, wildlife and biodiversity, and the wellbeing and economic health of those who live and work in this iconic area.
BLACK MOUNTAINS IN NUMBERS
Waun Fach - Highest Peak
Footpaths & Bridleways
Matt Kersely and Amy Morris.
The Rangers’ key priorities are to provide support to the Partners in carrying out the habitat and environmental enhancement programmes, animal husbandry, assist visitors in the Black Mountains and to liaise with all other agencies to report and prevent anti social behaviour within the Black Mountains.
Please do contact our Rangers through the website or directly should you wish to report incidents or any other actions you may see or hear about.
Contact details for Partnership Leads:
Harry Legge-Bourke, Glanusk Estate
& Deputy Chairman
T: 01874 624 437 / 07854997547