We are pleased to be associated with the following groups: 

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust logo The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has helped us to enhance wildlife habitats at Nethergill and create wildlife viewing observation hides. The trust has also helped us to create our interactive farmhouse field centre, designed to bring guests and educational groups closer to their natural surroundings. In conjunction with the YWT we are holding a series of Wild Workshops and other courses.

For more information on the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust here.

The Wharfedale Naturalists Society

A thriving society with over 500 members that has very kindly helped with the creation of a new scrape area at Nethergill, contribution to an interpretation board and more recently together with the Yorkshire Dales River Trust, fencing and bank restoration of Oughtershaw Beck. Visit the Wharfedale Naturalists Society website here. 


Yorkshire Dales River Trust

People helping wildlife in a Yorkshire stream YDRT is involved with the protection and enhancement of the rivers and catchments of the rivers Swale Ure, Nidd and Wharfe (Oughtershaw Beck running across Nethergill land is the source of the River Wharfe). They have very kindly undertaken a river bank restoration project at Nethergill, as well as tree planting and organising local school groups to visit and carry out practical outdoor activities here. Visit the Yorkshire Dales River Trust website or follow the YDRT blog and find out more details about the river bank restoration project at Nethergill.


Natural England

Natural England is a public body responsible to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA). Purpose is to protect and improve England's natural environment and to encourage people to enjoy and get involved with their natural surroundings. Visit the Natural England website for more details.

Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT)

YDMT exists to look after the well-being of the whole of the Yorkshire Dales.