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Latest CMA news: new Partnership with the National Trust

We are extremely pleased to announce that we have agreed an new corporate partnership with the National Trust. The National Trust is the leading employer of Rangers and Countryside Managers in the UK and our new partnership will have many benefits both for the National Trust and the CMA. Working together closely we will help to support the professional development of relevant National Trust staff. The partnership will also lead to a greater number of study days, good practice case studies and (we hope) a more active membership generally. The partnership will take time to build and it has come at a time when the CMA has some major developments in progress including a new website and support contract so please bear with us over the coming months.

Dan Barnett CMA Chairman.


Formed in 1966 the CMA is the largest organisation supporting the work of conservation, access and recreation professionals in the natural greenspace and countryside sector throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Our aims

  • Support the development of staff, students and volunteers involved in the management, interpretation, and public enjoyment of natural greenspace and the countryside through networking, training and continuing professional development.
  • Promote the value and importance of professionally managed natural greenspace and the countryside to the general public, the government and other organisations.
  • Influence the organisations involved in the management of natural greenspace and countryside by providing information and authoritative comment.
  • Champion the staff, students and volunteers involved in the management, interpretation, and access to natural greenspace and the countryside.

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CJS
CMA is sponsored and supported by the
Countryside Jobs Service.