Kent Countryside Partnerships


Countryside Management Partnerships help manage habitats and landscapes, and link communities to those areas. Their work includes:

  • Helping communities conserve landscape features and wildlife habitats
  • Managing special habitats in Kent, such as chalk grassland and lowland meadows
  • Providing volunteering opportunities for people of all ages
  • Working with landowners and local communities to raise funds for projects
  • Working with local communities and Kent’s public rights of way department to improve access and recreation
  • Encouraging landowners to play a positive role in enhancing the Kent countryside
  • Site visits, talks and presentations
  • Working with schools and youth groups.

Contact your local partnership to see which services they offer.

Read our Annual Report (pdf)