Title
Sustainable upland management for multiple benefits : A multi-stakeholder response to the heather and grass burning code
Description
This is a multi-stakeholder response to DEFRA’s consultation on the review of the Heather and Grass Etc. (Burning) Regulations 1986 and the Heather and Grass Burning Code 1994 in England (referred to hereafter as HGBC). It draws on a series of in-depth semi-structured interviews with people from the Peak District National Park representing a wide cross-section of interests in upland management (“stakeholders”). These interviews were part of a broader one-year Scoping Study under the UK Research Councils’ Rural Economy and Land Use Programme (co-sponsored by DEFRA and SEERAD) that took place between August 2004 – July 2005.
URL
http://www.env.leeds.ac.uk/sustainableuplands/documents.htm
URL Description
Project documents online
Creator
Klaus Hubacek
Consultant
N/A see authors
Author
Christina Prell
Author
Mark Reed

sustainable upland management; multi-stakeholder response; heather and grass burning code