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Ravine WoodLIFE Restoration of the Core Ravine Woodlands of England & Wales
Ashwood in the Peak District 	 English Nature/Debbie Worland Dovedale 	 The National Trust/D Slade Dark green fritillary 	 English Nature Wye Valley woodland 	 Wye Valley AONB Chee Dale 	 Derbyshire Wildlife Trust/Mark Hamblin Coppicing 	 Forestry Commission Hazel dormouse 	 Mark Hamblin Supporting traditional woodland industries 	 Wye Valley AONB
The Ravine WoodLIFE Project

The Ravine WoodLIFE Project was a woodland conservation partnership project completed in 2007, to restore ash woodlands in the Peak District in Derbyshire and the Wye Valley on the South Wales border.

Ravine woodlands are found in steep-sided limestone valleys and provide a rich habitat for a fascinating range of wildlife.

These spectacular woodlands are of international importance, having been identified as Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) under the European Community Habitats Directive and are part of the Natura 2000 network of key woodland conservation sites in Europe.

Chee Dale

Project Partners

A LIFE Nature Partnetship project

WWF Natural England Countryside Council for Wales The National Trust
The Wildlife Trust Wye Valley Forestry Commission Woodland Trust

Welsh Language Version