In this, the final episode in the podcast series, we talk to Helen Tuck about Christmas events at Longshaw and take a look back at highlights from our year on the estate.
This month we are joined by Senior Warden Shane Bates and Regional Archaeologist Rachael Hall to talk about exciting archaeological finds on Kinder.
This month we are in the Alport Valley with Senior Warden Bill Hamer to learn about its history, habitats and management, and Estate Team Supervisor Steve Lindop talks to us about dry stone walling.
This month Senior Warden Chris Millner talks to us about what’s been going on at Longshaw over the summer and the plans for the Autumn, and fungi expert Neil Barden tells us about local fungi.
This month we're back with Senior Warden Bill Hamer to get a fire update, and meet a long-serving gamekeeper to learn all about the shooting season.
This month, Countryside Manager Simon Wright tells us how visitor access affects the moors, and we catch up with wildlife expert Derek Yalden again to find out about golden plovers and whether the mountain hares survived the tough winter.
Senior Warden Bill Hamer explains why we are on high alert for moorland fires at the moment, and tenant farmer Kathleen Birkinshaw talks to us about the traditional management of wildflower hay meadows at Ashes Farm in the Upper Derwent Valley.
We catch up with Senior Warden Chris Millner at Longshaw to talk about the fascinating and sometimes dangerous wildlife that can be seen on the estate, and meet volunteers Kim Schofield and Richard Pethin, who help to protect the birds around Longshaw.
This month we talk to Kinder & Edale senior warden Shane Bates and Moors for the Future researcher Rachel Maskill about developments on Kinder Scout.
Longshaw and Hope Valley Senior Warden Chris Millner talks about Spring in the Peak District and farmer Gary Glennerster tells us all about lambing at Dunscar Farm.
Kinder and Edale Senior Warden Shane Bates and Project Officer Steph Hinde talk about work and wildlife on Kinder Scout.
Senior Warden Bill Hamer and wildlife expert Derek Yalden brave the snow to talk about moorland restoration and mountain hares