Lake District Project

I am currently working on a project at Imperial College looking at perceptions of possible land use change in the Lake District National Park.

I am looking at opinions on what the Lake District National Park should be all about.  I carried out a survey, to look at what people think about the future of the Lakes, rewilding, cultural landscapes, farming in the park, wildlife or eco-system services and public benefits.

The survey is now closed and I owe an enormous thanks to over 1000 people who took the time to complete it.  I am now working on analysis of the results and look forward to sharing the results via this blog.

You can read about the latest updates on the project in the Lake District Project section.

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About domhall

I have spent the last 15 years juggling careers in education publishing, expedition leadership and safety training. It has involved a careful balancing act of dreams of expedition travel, a love of climbing, walking and the outdoors and the the realities of life - and the later has definitely come off worse. I've run an adventure travel and expedition training business and lived in the sometimes sunny Lake District. Having taken a year out to complete an MSc in Environmental Technology I am now working for The Conservation Volunteers, working on engaging communities in their local green spaces.
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