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Hertfordshire County Council

Working in partnership to protect and enhance the natural environment

 

Partnership working is vital for the delivery of strategic biodiversity and landscape initiatives, and is promoted through national, regional and local groups and forums. 

 

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Wildlife (biodiversity)

 

Major current initiatives include:

  • Hertfordshire Local (Wildlife) Sites Partnership 1997 – present.

The Hertfordshire Local (Wildlife) Sites Partnership was set up to
identify and protect sites considered to be of significance for wildlife
locally. Sites include meadows, ponds, woodland and urban green spaces.

The LNP’s role is to ensure that the county’s natural environment is fully considered in local decision making and that it delivers benefits for wildlife, people, landscapes and the local economy.

A regional partnership project covering 6 counties to promote orchards, their history, environmental value and management.

 

Groups and forums 

 

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Landscape

Groups and forums