Working with farmers to develop a range of relatively simple, low cost measures to help support wild pollinators across the farmed environment.
A desk study to consider how intended project work at Cogglesford Mill, Lollycocks Field, Castle Causeway and foothpath improvements on the River Slea could result in potential changes to the ecosystem services they provide.
Working with various stakeholders, the project sought to ensure that the value of nature to public health and wellbeing is recognised as part of the rejuvenation of Lincoln's Sincil Bank.
Helping landowners to learn more about the orchards they own and how to manage them better.
In recent years there have been substantial increases in the cropped area of maize in Greater Lincolnshire largely due to its use as a feedstock for anaerobic digestion.
A groundbreaking research report looking at the value of nature tourism to the economy of Greater Lincolnshire.
The GLNP developed eight case studies, one for each workstream, to help put the work that the GLNP does in a natural capital context.
Buglife has been working with the Nature Partnership and with conservation and local authority partners to map a priority B-Lines network for Greater Lincolnshire. This mapping is part of a wider project, which is helping to roll out the UK wide B-Lines initiative across the entire East of England by early 2016.