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Who’s Who

President – Matt Ridley

Chairman – James Lambert OBE

Directors

Jonathan Baltesz

Tom Bolton MC

Guy Bostock

Simon Kirkup

Dan Richmond-Watson

Nick Walmsley

Chief Executive – Andrew Gilruth

Regional Officers

Robert Benson (North Pennines)

Simon Gurney (Peak District)

Robert Sword (North York Moors)

Administrator – Berni Parr

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Did You Know?

75% of Europe’s remaining upland heather moorland is found in the UK – but this area declined alarmingly over the latter part of the last century. The Moorland Association was set up in 1986 to coordinate the efforts of moorland owners and managers to halt this loss, particularly in England and Wales.

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MOORLAND ASSOCIATION STATEMENT ON LABOUR PARTY MANIFESTO The Moorland Association welcomes the  commitment within the Labour Party’s manifesto, published today, that Labour, if elected, will promote biodiversity, and protect England’s landscapes and wildlife. However, we are alarmed by the statement that a Labour government would ban the use of non-lethal snares. This would have devastating consequences for wildlife in the uplands of […]

MOORLAND SAFARIS SHOWCASE RARE BIRDS OF THE NORTH YORK MOORS Landowners in the North York Moors are hosting a series of Moorland Safaris to celebrate the thriving birdlife on grouse moors in the region and raise awareness of actions that can help some of our rarest species. Bransdale, Snilesworth, Spaunton and Danby Moors, all of which are managed for Red Grouse, provide the right habitat […]

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