Land Management Policy

Published: 28th June 2015

The Trust's prime aim is to bring Britain's finest wild landscapes into stable long term conservation ownership (adopted July 1996)

The core problem of wild land management is how to strike a balance between the concept of natural ecosystems evolving unmanaged, and the reality of landscapes of which humans have long been part; landscapes which in the past have suffered much ecological deterioration, and which - together with the communities that depend on them - are today subject to many threats and pressures, from the local to the global.