The LAPWG boundary and the initial 5 parishes in the scheme are shown right. The River Inny forms the southern boundary, the River Tamar the eastern boundary, the western edge of Bodmin Moor as the western boundary and an abitrary boundary to include North Petherwin to the north. More detail of the area can be found be looking at the individual parish maps.There are around 20 parishes within the boundary and in 2009, more of these are showing interest in joining the scheme.
The habitat varies widely across the region from moorland at ca 300m, extensive river valleys some with quite steep, woodland covered slopes and significant amounts of agricultural land in between. Good wetland areas and some Culm grassland can be found in isolated patches. See more detail
The Tavistock centred area in Devon joined the scheme in 2008 in an exploratory capacity, with the possibility of forming a group of parishes in Devon.