Learn about sister project CORRESTOR.

The CORRESTOR project – How it started | CORRESTOR (ncl.ac.uk)

In this project, we work with partners in the study landscape to understand the evidence base used in decision-making for the restoration process for wildlife corridors. Is the evidence base effective? exhaustive?

Funded by the Science for Nature and People Partnership SNAPP Team, we are currently co-creating interdisciplinary evidence that can inform tree restoration in agricultural landscapes in a way that balances the needs of people with the ecological targets of the restoration. Specifically, CORRESTOR aims to

  1. Synthesize data to map benefits and drawbacks from wildlife corridor restoration projects in the agricultural landscape, evaluate conflict tolerance and identify mitigation solutions
  2. Use the evidence to answer questions on what tree species to plant to benefit wildlife and people, and how to manage corridors for ecological and human well-being
  3. Work with farmers (small-holder and industry), government and the conservation sector to co-develop guidance for practice and policy contexts, to guide natural wildlife corridor restoration
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