For the last 6 years Resources for Change have been working with the Our Past, Our future Landscape Partnership, in the New Forest. We have supported a series of behaviour change interventions to try and improve the interaction between people and the free roaming livestock that are so crucial to the character and ecology of that landscape.
Working with R4C’s associate, and behavioural change expert, Rachel Lilley of Aberystwyth University, we have distilled the learning that has emanated from this work in to “The New Forest Behaviour Change Toolkit”. Although designed to address a particular set of issues we feel that much of the learning and many of the tools will be relevant to heritage, landscape and nature conservation practitioners working in other landscapes.
The toolkit can be downloaded from