PARTRIDGE is a project co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014 - 2020 which will look at how new management solutions can improve biodiversity and ecosystem services by up to 30%.
PARTRIDGE (Protecting the Area’s Resources Through Researched Innovative Demonstration of Good Examples), is one of 11 new projects which were approved recently by the Interreg North Sea Region. The programme aims to make the region more innovative, resilient and sustainable.
Latest Project News
On December 8, the Dutch team took the chance to present the PARTRIDGE project at a symposium on biodiversity.Read more
Many farmers across Scotland (and elsewhere) struggled this year with challenging weather at various key times during the growing and harvest season, with disappointing outcomes for many.Read more
The most important habitat requirement of partridges is for unsprayed, insect-rich vegetation of herbs or grasses that provide the right structure for nesting, chick rearing and all year cover. The sp…Read more
What is a beetle bank? What is the benefit of this measure for grey partridges and other farmland wildlife? What is the best way to build a beetle bank? How should they be managed?Read more