The Powys Moorland Partnership is a three year Welsh Government and EU funded project. It is a collaborative initiative which aims to reverse the decline of many of our key iconic bird species such as the red grouse, curlew, lapwing, golden plover by restoring their heather moorland habitats.
Through a series of public events and surveys, we are now gathering the knowledge and opinions of those who use, own, farm, manage and visit the areas of Ireland Moor, Beacon Hill and Bal Bach. Additionally, we are collating data from the moors themselves – in order to formulate the best ways to reinstate and maintain sustainable heather environments in ways that give opportunities to all.
Explore this site to find out more, and to see the project develop.