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This factsheet outlines the reasons for and types of dams we use
This factsheet explains heather cutting methods and heather suitability
This factsheet explains why and how heather bale dams are used for blocking gullies in peatland restoration work
A guide to landscape features of the Peak District National Park and South Pennines
This factsheet explains what peat dams are, how and why they are used, and their suitability in peatland restoration
A guide to moorland plants found in the Peak District National Park and South Pennines
This is an identification guide on common moses , liverworts and lichens found in the Peak District National Park and South Pennines
A guide to moorland birds, mammals, insects and reptiles
A factsheet on how and why stone dams are used.
Frequently Asked Questions about managing blanket bog
Learn more about blanket bogs
A diagram with pictures to explain the states of a blanket bog, from bare peat to active blanket bog.
Advice for land owners on how best to manage blanket bog in the UK.
A factsheet on how and why plastic dams are used.
A factsheet on how and why timber dams are used
This factsheet includes infomation on bare peat re-vegetation in the moorlands of the South Pennines area
A handy factsheet for landowners providing information about the grants and support you can get for clough woodland creation.
Factsheet about the application of moorland plants such as heather, cotton grass and bilberry as seed.
A handy factsheet for landowners about the benefits of creating clough woodland
A factsheet for landowners to guide you through everything you need to know about creating a clough woodland on your land.
Recolections and accounts of morland uses, histroy and heratige in the Bradfield, Midhope and Langsett areas
EnviroSAR team members give PowerPoint presentation at BogFest
PowerPoint presentation on surveying bumblebee populations from Moors for the future's Community Science Project.
Community Science Project