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A large landscape scale project to encourage moorland restoration through bottom-up collaborative action driven by communities living and working on and around the moors. It seeks to realise multiple benefits including public health, skills sharing and education. Key stakeholders including landowners, farmers, and communities have created a vibrant moorland environment to boost biodiversity, delivering economic and social benefits. 

The project aim was to create an exciting strategic initiative in Powys and realise the full potential of nearly 20,000 acres of moorland stretching from the Llan Valley in the South to Beguildy common in the North. This area is enjoyed by local communities as well as tourists.

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Will Duff Gordon
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