This is a new role, hosted by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and funded by the Environment Agency. We are looking for someone to help farmers and landholders to make their land better for nature. You will need to be someone who is determined to make a difference for wildlife with a knowledge of lowland farming and the experience to provide sound advice on habitat management thereby inspiring action which will benefit the River Mimram, one of only 220 chalk rivers in the world. The postholder will work with private landowners  and collaboratively with partner organisations and key stakeholders to identify, develop and secure support for projects and programmes which will bring about nature’s recovery, with particular focus on improving the rare chalk stream habitat found within

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