You can download the the options paper completed by Resources for Change below. It was completed for the Partnership as part of the skills work stream for the SMS project. > Download the paper
A Lead ranger is required with upland conservation management experience to implement practical works across a wide range of habitats.
An assistant ranger is required with upland agricultural experience with a willingness to learn and implement upland conservation management techniques.
Farming Today’s Toby Field visited the Black Mountains to find out more about the partnership and its aims. He interviewed Chairman, Phil Stocker, John Morris, Black Mountain Graziers and Arwyn Davies, Bal Mawr and Bal Estate owner. Each of the partners spoke about why they are involved in the partnership, the impact of things like…
The Partnership was delighted to host The Chief Executive of Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and Regional Director of Natural England and their staff recently, and briefed them on the works that have been carried out in the past 3 years from the original Welsh Government Nature Fund and the future works to be carried out under the SMS Fund.
The Black Mountains Land Use Partnership announced today that it has been successful in securing a grant of £1,004,155.00 from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) for its Sustainable Management Scheme project funded through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.
In pursuit of funding to deliver continued improvement and management of its upland areas, the Black Mountains Land Use Partnership (BMLUP) is delighted to announce that a recent funding application to Welsh Government has reached its second stage of submission. If successful, this funding will be instrumental in allowing the partnership to run a wide…