Could you bring your nature recovery and land management experience to a vital role helping to restore Fens peatlands?
The Lawton Report and subsequent Government’s 25-Year Environment Plan (2018) and Environmental Improvement Plan (2023) articulate the need for ‘more, bigger, better and joined’ areas for wildlife, that nature needs to be recovered and our natural capital assets need to be more greatly recognised for the societal benefits they deliver.
We are at a tipping point, as we face the biodiversity and climate change crises. Peatlands have been recognised as being critical in addressing these two issues. Lowland peatlands have previously been side-stepped in regards to restoration due to many complexities, but this is now being addressed and we must succeed in securing the remaining lowland peat soils.
These posts will help build the capacity of the FEPP partners to restore individual peatland sites (16) through addressing management issues identified during the Discovery Project within the completed site restoration plans.
- Project Officer
- Project Support Officer
- Project Assistant Intern
Information and application forms can be found on the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust website. https://www.lincstrust.org.uk/