Much of our current work here at ESRT falls under the EU’s Interreg-funded TOPSOIL project, which as the name suggests, focuses on using the topsoil layers to solve current and […]
Suffolk Wildlife Trust, one of the East Suffolk Catchment Partnership’s members, has now commenced a new project to restore and improve sections of the River Blyth. As part of the […]
Here at Essex and Suffolk Rivers Trust our biggest current projects are funded by EU Interreg ERDF funding, as part of the TOPSOIL project. But to save yourself a trip […]
In this short video, Paul Bradford from Sustainable Water Solutions explains the project we’ve been working on in East Suffolk to trial Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR). How does MAR actually […]
On March 14th Beavers returned to Essex after being extinct for 400 years. They are part of a Natural Flood Management (NFM) Project on Spains Hall Estate to reduce flooding […]
Partnership project on the River Gipping in Suffolk to create in channel habitat for fish and Invertebrates.
Find out about this Natural Flood Management (NFM) project in Debenham Suffolk.
Summary of the activity within the East Suffolk Catchment area over the period April 2017-March 2018.
We are currently looking for a consultant/consultancy to take on the delivery of our Managed Aquifer Recharge Project in Woodbridge, Suffolk. This is a trial to determine if water, abstracted […]
Current data collected
Topsoil is made up of two local projects (one in Essex and another in Suffolk) part of a wider European collaboration between 26 partners in 5 countries. Our projects are in areas where the land use is predominately arable so we will be working with farmers to help come up with new or improved ways to build on the great work they are already doing around soils and water. We aim to help farmers maintain and improve their soils so they can be more productive and have less impact on the wider environment and to manage water quality and availability within the agricultural landscape.
A visioning meeting held earlier this spring brought over 20 members of the East Suffolk Catchment Partnership together to hear updates on the current projects being delivered in East Suffolk […]
The latest edition of our newsletter is now available. Find out about the projects being undertaken by partnership members. This issue we hear an update on the funding agreements nearing […]
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