Countryside Management Partnership

Countryside Management Partnerships help manage habitat and landscapes and link communities to those areas. Their work includes:

  • helping communities conserve landscape features and wildlife habitats
  • managing special habitats in Kent, such as chalk grassland and lowland meadows
  • providing volunteering opportunities for people of all ages
  • working with landowners and local communities to raise funds for projects
  • working with local communities and Kent's public rights of way department to improve access and recreation
  • encouraging landowners to play a positive role in enhancing the Kent countryside
  • site visits, talks and presentations
  • working with schools and youth groups.

Find your local Countryside Management Partnership

 

The Kent High Weald Countryside Partnership

Medway Swale Estuary Partnership

The Medway Valley Countryside Partnership

The Mid Kent Downs Countryside Partnership

North West Kent Countryside Partnership

Romney Marsh Countryside Partnership

The Kentish Stour Countryside Partnership

Thanet Coastal Project

White Cliffs Countryside Partnership