Conservation Grazing delivers a wide range of sustainable habitat benefits. R4C is the lifetime evaluator for this Green Recovery Challenge Fund project working with Surrey Wildlife Trust. The project will secure the Belted Galloway cattle as ‘bio-engineers’ on Surrey’s unique heathland habitats, providing valuable conservation grazing services to protected habitat sites. Neil is providing expert…
Resources for Change are using our extensive experience of monitoring and evaluation to support Local Trust | Big Local partnerships …
R4C was commissioned in 2020 to undertake an evaluation of the Changing Chalk partnership focused on measuring the value of partnership in the development phase of its bid to the NLHF….
We are very pleased to be working with Cambridgeshire ACRE to evaluate their new NLHF project, ‘New Life on the Old West’ project, which is looking to enhance the resilience of the Fenland landscape…
The low-lying landscape of the Manhood Peninsula, south of Chichester in West Sussex, is prone to surface water flooding due in part to poor ditch and pond management. The project, led by a local Wildlife & Heritage Group ….
You cannot really describe Poole Park as greenspace as its central feature is a large Victorian boating lake, blue space as well as greenspace….
Flooding, in many parts of the UK is becoming more prevalent, having a detrimental effect on more communities and individual households. The Ox-Cam project is one of three UK Property Flood Resilience (PFR) Pathfinder projects that have been funded by Defra….
Resources for Change are evaluating the Future Parks Accelerator project underway in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, delivering for Bournemouth Parks Foundation….
Resources for Change are the evaluators for the Rye Harbour Discovery Centre project, an ambitious investment in a new visitor centre on the margin of the reserve and an extensive programme of educational and engagement activities….
R4C have recently completed the evaluation of the Guardians of the Deep project. This project run by the Kent Wildlife Trust aimed to involve more people, through innovative engagement….