Habitat Creation and Management
The remarkable concentration of ancient woods in the Limewoods area has retained a rich diversity of wildlife, much of it nationally or regionally important. Without continued management of remaining habitats and creation of new habitats, areas could become less suitable for wildlife.
Select a link below to find out more about work supported by the Lincolnshire Limewoods Project.
Vital habitats re-connecting woodlands across the Limewoods area.
Over 26km of new hedgerows have been planted.
Protecting and enhancing the remaining species-rich grasslands in the Limewoods area.
Over 160ha of new native woodlands have been created.
Proposals for future habitat creation and management.
Enhancing habitats for wildflowers and insects by coppicing and mowing.
For nature conservation, timber production and recreation.
Sharing knowldge and best practice amongst site managers and landowners.