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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The East Suffolk Catchments Partnership brought together farmers and local people to visit Natural Flood Management sites upstream of Debenham in Suffolk. Funded by the Deben Holistic Water Management […]
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Field drainage is once again becoming an issue of interest to farmers, with most existing systems being over 50 years old. Some work perfectly, but others have fallen into disrepair leading to reductions in crop yields and water logging. With farm margins under pressure many are considering improving drainage to recover some of their lost yield.
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