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Natural England SW Jun 5
Thanks to colleagues in for demonstrating ways that ammonia can be reduced on to help the e.g. lichen
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Defra UK Jun 4
Our environment is at the heart of everything we do. We've taken huge steps to leave it in a better state than we found it, and there's still much to do. Find out how you can support our :
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Natural England Jun 4
This , how will you connect with nature? 🌿 Join organisations and individuals across the country in making your pledge to protect the planet:
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RSPB NorthernEngland Jun 4
Haweswater's has an essence of the land that time forgot. Cocooned by mossy banks, peppered with vibrant wildflowers; all gleaming in dappled light that filters through the leaves of gnarly rock-rooted trees.
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Eden Rivers Trust Jun 3
We are always on the look out for great speakers & partners for events, and workshops we run for our large groups of farmers in the Eden Valley Catchment. If you would like to get in touch, please do: sarah.kidd@edenrt.org 🌾🐂🌱🐄🐏💧
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Natural Eng Cumbria Jun 3
Pleased to be involved in the organisation of this event.
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Natural England May 31
We are thrilled to have played a crucial role in providing the scientific evidence for the new 🌊 having analysed 1,900 data sets, leading to the designation of 41 new sites:
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Welsh Raised Bogs May 28
We visited the end of project conference. We learnt so much from the visit and met teams from other projects, if you're interested to learn more about the project did have a look at their newsletters - happy reading!
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Natural Eng Cumbria May 23
Local officers will be at J36 today. Come along to stand 62 to say hello & find out how farming for clean water and wildlife will improve your farm business profitability
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Natural England May 22
It’s International Day . Time to remember that we depend on the natural environment for fresh water, food, climate regulation, medicines, recreation, and much more.
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Solway Coast AONB May 20
Lovely to spend the day with talking all things and looking at the ’s special qualities at
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Natural England May 12
There's growing evidence that spending time outdoors in good quality green space can help our mental wellbeing. Download our free review of nature-based interventions.
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Natural Eng Cumbria May 8
Day 2 of the conference and we are hearing about the effects of bog restoration on hydrology and vegetation cover.
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Natural Eng Cumbria May 7
Looking at the restoration work at Bolton Fell Moss on the conference. Rain holding off at the moment!!
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Natural Eng Cumbria May 7
The conference has just kicked off with a talk from Professor Ian Rotherham on the History of peat in Cumbria
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Eden Rivers Trust Apr 11
New post (Conservation Officer - Habitats and Species Management) has been published on Eden Rivers Trust -
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Natural England Apr 11
Send visitors home clean by providing facilities that allow people to wash off mud and debris: clean hands; clean shoes; clean pushchairs. For more information, read the Industry Code of Practice on the Visit My Farm website
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Natural Eng Cumbria Apr 9
See you on Saturday for Barrow’s Beautiful Places event, . Come and talk to us about the living coast project, our beach cleans (that run out of bird-breeding season) and the wonderful special places for wildlife around our coast!
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Env Agency NW Apr 8
Our South Cumbria field teams have been out in the sunshine calibrating oxygen levels in the rivers. This will help us have a baseline for when the rivers are checked again in the summer.
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Natural England Apr 8
Visitors must have access to hand washing facilities to remove potentially harmful germs. Essentials include: • Running water • Liquid soap • Paper towels For more information, read the Industry Code of Practice on Visit My Farm website
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