This evaluation started in 2015 and evaluates the eight individual projects that comprise the Feeding Derbyshire programme…
Working with NEF consulting, R4C have been commissioned to evaluate this UK wide community wildflower and fungus growing projects. The first stage of the evaluation has been to develop an Outcomes Framework which has been co-produced with the delivery team at Kew.
In January 2015 we were appointed by the partnership to assist with their monitoring and evaluation. Working with R4C associate and behavioural change expert, Rachel Lilley of Aberystwyth University we are prepared an over-arching monitoring and evaluation plan, including a project monitoring framework and materials.
In September 2014 we started work in the North Pennines AONB with the Allen Valleys Landscape Partnership Scheme team, helping them to put together a monitoring and evaluation plan.
During 2014 we worked with the Stories in Stone Landscape Partnership Scheme to support the development of their Stage 2 submission to HLF’s Landscape Partnership Programme. Assisted by EUROPARC Consulting, we drew up the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan for the Scheme. Having worked with several other LPSs on their Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks
Since 2016 R4C have been involved the evaluation of this landscape-scale conservation project, funded by an HLF heritage grant. The client required an evaluation of the impact of new visitor and education facilities and its activity and access programme in terms of the achievement of project outcomes
R4C has undertaken a mid-term evaluation and report and is part way through the final evaluation of the Scheme. This remote upland valley on the eastern edge of the Yorkshire Dales is in the heart of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
In 2015 Resources for Change was contracted by the Dartmoor National Park Authority to carry out an independent evaluation of the Dartmoor Mires project.
In October 2014 we were commissioned to support the development of an exciting natural heritage project on the Norfolk Broads led by Natural England.
A £2.2 million (HLF Heritage Grant) catchment based project in West Sussex delivered by a partnership of seven organisations working alongside local communities to promote a thriving river system where wildlife flourishes and where people value its unique natural and cultural heritage.