Peak District a better place for walkers

The Peak District National Park has been improved as a place for walking and as a haven for wildlife, due to concerted human action over the past five years.

That is the conclusion of a report by the national park authority, which revealed a combination of volunteers, farmers and employees of the authority itself have all succeeded in improving the local environment and economy through the carrying out of the 2006-11 Peak District National Park management plan.

Among the achievements to benefit walkers was the co-operation of landowners in restoring moorland vegetation through the Moors for the Future Partnership, which has included path repairs as well as work to reverse soil erosion and to improve water and carbon storage.

Chris Sabian is owner of http://www.thedoginn.biz a directory for Dog Friendly Accomodation, Pubs, Beaches & More. Browse the UK’s most popular directory of dog friendly accommodation, pubs, beaches and days out

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