The Countryside Enhancement Scheme (CES) is an environmental improvement scheme which offers financial incentives to support and reward initiatives designed to look after Jersey's countryside.
This year the CES will prioritise projects that focus on climate change mitigation, although all projects will be considered.
Applying for funding
The deadline for applications has been extended from 24 February until 2 March 2020.
Projects that focus on climate change mitigation will be given priority in 2020, although all projects will be considered.
The scheme is open to anyone responsible for the management of land or coastal areas including:
- land managers
- Government departments
Guidance notes provide full details about the CES, the application procedure and the rules that apply to participants.
Countryside Enhancement Scheme guidance notes - updated
Countryside Enhancement Scheme application form
The scheme's aims
The scheme has options designed to assist applicants in the delivery of environmental projects that:
- helps maintain and improve the Island's unique and internationally significant rural character, landscape, habitats, flora and fauna
- enhances, conserves and protects Jersey's natural environment on a local scale
- implements Island-wide strategic environmental projects that will enhance biodiversity
- assists with the delivery of the Island's commitments to International Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) and local environmental objectives
For further information email the CES Coordinator.