To mark World Car Free Day today (22 September) and Great Big Green Week, the Lake District National Park’s learning team has launched a new teaching resource for children. The free online guide explores the climate emergency, sustainable travel and the impact of car travel on the Lake District, and is now available for teachers and young people.
Posted: 22 September 2021
A number of low carbon projects are running throughout the Lake District to help tackle the climate emergency and promote best practice in the National Park.
Posted: 15 September 2021
The Bowness and Windermere community came together on Sunday (12 September) to celebrate the opening of the Lake District National Park Authority’s 50th accessible ‘Miles without Stiles’ route to the top of Alfred Wainwright’s first fell.
Posted: 13 September 2021
Jasmine Holliday has joined the Lake District National Park Authority’s farming team to work alongside farming officer, Andrea Meanwell to deliver the new Farming in Protected landscapes programme to Lake District Farmers.
Posted: 07 September 2021
As part of the celebrations to mark the Lake District National Park Authority's 70th birthday, seven specially selected routes have been relaunched to really show off the variety of landscapes and environments that the Lake District has to offer.
Posted: 10 August 2021
The Lake District National Park’s Generation Green project has been awarded a £250,000 grant from the Government’s £40 million second round of the Green Recovery Challenge Fund, a multi-million pound boost for green jobs and nature recovery.
Posted: 05 August 2021
Work has been completed on the ever popular Ullswater Way to improve a 1km section at Priest’s Crag at Watermillock, helping visitors explore more of this special valley.
Posted: 27 July 2021