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'Group Organised Action Nurturing Natural Assets'
GOANNA is the landscape scale restoration project of the LPLN and is driven by the aspirations and contributions of individual groups in the network. The purpose is to achieve long-term sustainable landscape change through biolink projects and raising community awareness about the importance of biodiversity in an agricultural landscape.
The GOANNA project was developed in conjunction with the Norman Wettenhall Foundation, with the development of a "Blueprint for Action" for biodiversity an integral part. This will be used alongside an online community web-mapping portal that is an interactive mapping tool that allows individuals and groups to log sightings and assets online in order to keep an up to date and evolving picture of GOANNA in the LPLN.
The Norman Wettenhall Foundation website:
Community Web Mapping Portal: