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Local Nature Recovery Strategy

Norfolk LNRS Public Survey

Norfolk County Council is working on a Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) to protect biodiversity in England. Biodiversity is the variety of life forms we see around us.

We've launched a survey as we want to find out which aspects of nature are most important to people in Norfolk. The LNRS public survey, which was created by the Norfolk and Suffolk Nature Recovery Partnership, asks questions such as:

  • What parts of nature are most important to you
  • Where are your favourite places to visit in the county
  • How easily can you get to your favourite places
  • Which habitats and species we should include in our strategy

You don't have to be a wildlife expert! Answers will help us to understand what most people think about nature in Norfolk.

The survey is open until Sunday 14 July 2024. Go to the LNRS public survey.