Black grouse and environment stewardship

The black grouse is one of the main species of conservation concern in the UK. Once widely distributed, it is now restricted to the Pennine Hills in northern England, north Wales and Scotland. In England the North Pennines Black Grouse Recovery Project has been working for ten years to stem the decline of black grouse.

This project group organises training events to explain the conditions required by black grouse and to outline the Environmental Stewardship Schemes and how these schemes may be used to boost black grouse numbers in the future.

Planned dates are listed in our events calendar, or contact Lynda Ferguson to register your interest. Similar courses will also be run in Scotland reflecting the available agri-environment prescriptions.

Attend a GWCT course

All scheduled courses can be booked online through our events calendar.

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