This week I was invited to see the amazing work being done by The National Trust team who are working to restore Holcombe Moor.
This project is critical for protecting a really important habitat but also restores the ability of the moor to capture carbon which will help us address climate change.
The restoration will also allow rainwater to be held on the moor for longer which will reduce the chance of flooding in places across our area.
I would like to thank the rangers and volunteers for all the hard work that they have dedicated to ensuring our moorland is in the best condition possible.
To find out more about the project and how you can get involved then have a look at the link below