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We are excited to announce we are looking for a project manager to lead Cumbria Woodlands' element of the #Species – Northwest and Southwest Rainforest Restoration Project led by the Woodland Trust and Plantlife.

The #Species – Northwest and Southwest Rainforest Restoration Project is an exciting new two-year project running until March 2026. The project aims to increase the quality and resilience of temperate rainforests across the northwest and southwest of England, including Cumbria. This will be delivered through a programme of advice, outreach and engagement events and activities to inspire high quality woodland management and the wider stewardship of these special habitats.

Find out more CLICK HERE or go to our Working With Us page.


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This multi-partnership project is led by the Woodland Trust and Plantlife with Cumbria Woodlands, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Rusland Horizons and Cumbria Connect. This project is funded by the Government's Species Survival Fund. The fund was developed by Defra and its Arm's-Length Bodies. It is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency.

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