In the absence of this project, being funded by The North Face Explore Fund, non-native conifer seedlings will spread across the project area. Without immediate action these non-native conifers will dominate and prevent native woodlands from developing. Our project will engage volunteers to practically contribute to the restoration of native woodlands whilst learning about wildlife and the unique landscape. We will remove invasive, non-native conifers, plant native trees and monitor and record the recovery of the woodland and its associated wildlife. The new native woodlands will improve habitats for nature and will enhance the experience for walkers, climbers and nature enthusiasts. In this 18 month project we will plant 1500 native tree saplings and remove non-native conifers from 130 hectares enabling the regeneration of 250 000 native trees. We will arrange more than 50 practical volunteer days and host 10 different school visits.