Exmoor Moorland Landscape Partnership (EMLP) is a group of organisations, societies, the local authority, government agencies and voluntary bodies.
The Partners came together to devise projects to benefit Exmoor National Park's moorland landscape heritage. After an immense amount of hard work, EMLP made successful bids to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and other funders, and this finance enabled its Heart of Exmoor scheme (the full official title being the Exmoor Moorland Landscape Partnership Scheme).
Supporting those who take care of moorland, and helping people to enjoy and appreciate it, the Partnership scheme of 15 projects will invest over half a million pounds to benefit the landscape and community.
The Partnership takes a collective responsibility for successful delivery of the Programmes. Representatives from each Partner organisation meet to ensure that the projects are going well, and they submit regular reports to funders. The Exmoor National Park Authority (ENPA) is the lead partner – it acts as the accountable body and employs the staff team.