DERBYSHIRE Wildlife Trust has begun a relationship with the area’s tourist board, Visit Peak District and Derbyshire.
The trust, which works to protect wildlife across the county, has become a member of the board, and the two organisations have pledged to work together to promote wild places in the area.
Jane Proctor, marketing manager at the Trust said: “We’re delighted to be working with Visit Peak District and Derbyshire.
“This is a beautiful county with much to explore, including the trust’s 42 nature reserves, from bird-rich wetlands in the south to glorious flower-filled meadows in the Peak District and much more.
“Working with the tourist board will help us spread the word about our lovely wild places and the need to save them for future generations of local people and visitors.”