Our conservation team has been working on a pilot project near Danby which offers landowners an example of how they can use portions of their own land for habitat restoration. The site is made up of three small native broadleaf woodlands connected by a wildlife corridor through meadows managed for wildflowers. The project gives community members the opportunity to learn about native wildlife and play a part in the fight against climate change and biodiversity loss. Our commitment to organic land management means our conservation work is poison free so the saplings are weeded by hand or mulched with cut grass that is removed from the meadows to encourage wildflower growth. We are inviting landowners to visit the site with the aim of creating more biodiverse habitats throughout the Esk Valley and to help the National Park archive its tree planting targets.