Established in 2020, the Wild Ingleborough Partnership brings together six organisations with a wide range of expertise.
Besides the core six partners, we have stakeholder meetings where we are grateful to receive the input of a wide range of individuals and organisations, including the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, Ribble Rivers Trust, Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust and the RSPB. Together with input from local people and businesses, this collaboration is helping to shape the direction of the Wild Ingleborough project.
The Ingleborough National Nature Reserve, managed by Natural England covers over 1,000 hectares of the mountain and is the core part of the Wild Ingleborough project area.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is a charity dedicated to conserving, protecting and restoring wildlife and wild places in Yorkshire. The Trust owns over 100 nature reserves across Yorkshire, several of which are at Ingleborough and has been working in the area for over 50 years.
WWF has a mission to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together, and this is at the heart of the Wild Ingleborough project.
The University brings a wealth of expertise in research and monitoring and are leading on work to gather evidence around the impacts of the project on climate, biodiversity and people.
This local charity focuses on protecting, planting and restoring trees and forests in the UK and across the world and has invested funding and expertise into the Wild Ingleborough project.
Focussed on the restoration of our woodland heritage, the charity brings a wealth of woodland creation and natural regeneration expertise to the project.