Species Action Framework
The Species Action Framework (SAF) was a five-year programme of targeted species management that ran from 2007 to 2012. It covered 32 species ranging from sea eagles, to wildcats, pine hoverfly, woolly willow and invasive American mink.
It was led by SNH in partnership with about one hundred organisations. Although it is now finished, we have recorded much of the knowledge and experiences gained during this unique project in our SAF Handbook, and in the presentations from our 2012 SAF Conference. You can also find out more by following the links below.
- The original 2007 SAF document - this provides useful background information
- A report of a consultation which was run after SAF finished, 2012-2013
- More information about the SAF species you can find on other parts of our website
Presentations, podcasts and posters from the SAF conference.
We have started to publish details about what has been achieved under individual SAF projects.
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