Managing land and water

The landscape of the Broads National Park we see today is a result of centuries of natural processes and interactions between people and their environment.

The Broads is one of Europe's most important wetlands for nature conservation. It also attracts more than seven million visitors every year and we aim to help balance the needs of the environment, local residents, local businesses and those visitors through our work.Berney Arms Mill

Our work

We are responsible for the integrated management of land and water in the Broadland area. This includes conserving local wildlife, improving hbitats, maintaining visitor facilities and our award-winning work in dredging. Please use the menu links on the left hand side of the page to read about the various aspects of our work in more detail.

Partnerships

Partnership working is central to achieving our objectives. We are a key organisation in a network of specialist partners, including the Environment Agency, RSPB, Wildlife Trusts and more that help realise the Broads Plan - the long term management strategy for the Broads.

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