Conservation Grazing Project 

As part of the Landscape Partnership Scheme, the aim of this project is to introduce and sustain grazing at a selection of sites to boost their biodiversity value and to promote the importance of conservation grazing to the public. The grazing sides that have been selected are Denham Country Park, Staines Moor and Stockers Lake. As part of this project we are looking for local residents to help, conserve, survey (e.g. butterflies, bats, wildflowers) and champion your local meadows. People that walk regularly at Denham Country Park or Staines Moor can also help by keeping an eye out on the cattle restoring the meadows.

The Cattle’s have arrived at Stocker’s Lake

The Dexter cattle were reintroduced to Stocker’s Lake meadows after an absence of many decades. Find out more here