Working with partners, Nature After Minerals is here to offer and share best-practice advice on biodiversity-led minerals restoration.
Biodiversity action plans
Having a well thought through Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) for the restoration of quarry sites can be a huge asset at all stages of the quarry life-cycle. The benefits can be seen at the planning stages, in engaging with local communities and in managing your restoration in the most cost-effective way whilst maximising the sites potential for wildlife and people. We offer assistance with all areas of BAP production, including scoping the work, assessing the site and the options for habitat development and restoration after care packages.
NAM training courses
We run four expert-led Nature After Minerals training courses each year covering a wide range of topical contents from reedbed creation to planning processes. Places are limited and full details can be found on our training courses page.
Bespoke training courses
In addition to our schedule of four training courses per year we also offer bespoke training courses tailor-made to meet your requirements.
NAM have a decade of experience in working on landscape-scale partnerships and can bring experience and knowledge to any project. Details of some of these projects are available on the Landscape-scale projects page, or contact us for further details and to discuss how we can assist your project.
NAM are experienced in bringing together stakeholders from across the sector to deliver the maximum biodiversity gain from quarry restorations, in the most cost-effective manner possible. We have contacts within the major industry bodies and a huge range of quarrying and aggregates businesses, large and small, from across the UK.
NAM can help achieve more efficient restoration work, convene stakeholders and coordinate landscape-scale partnerships.
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