The Yorkshire Dales Environment Network’s aim is to balance and enhance the work of its members by facilitating information exchange and collaboration, whilst protecting the unique landscape and biodiversity that make the Dales such an iconic and special place.
Featured News and Projects
Tarmac quarries receive Biodiversity Benchmark Award
The Award is given to organisations that have shown commitment to achieving biodiversity improvements set out in action plans.
Quarry restoration initiative
Hanson Aggregates leads a project to naturalise and regenerate disused quarries.
Peat Cliff Erosion at Malham Tarn NNR
The National Trust seeks to research, understand and resolve issues in restoring Malham Tarn.
Hay Time Project
The Hay Time project aims to enhance and restore at least 200 ha of upland and lowland meadows throughout the Yorkshire Dales.
The Yorkshire Dales Environment Network is a partnership between many of the landowners and organisations involved in the daily life and long term protection of the Yorkshire Dales.