The River Blackwater at Langford – site of one future project
In river habitat enhancement works on a neighbouring river – Little Ouse
Little Ouse (example of habitat works)
Experts from CBEC surveying the potential fish passage options at Langford in Essex. River Blackwater. Funded by the EA.
MSc Agriculture Students visit a Biobed in Essex. In partenrship with The Rivers Trust, Writtle College and the Chelmer and Blackwater Partnership.
Dunwich River Sluice Walberswick. Site of the new eel passage damper – a proze winning design. Supported by Defra, The Rivers Trust, Living North Seas, Environment Agency and FishTec/Royal Haskoning.
The Dingle Marshes in Suffolk – eel passage into this important breeding habitat is being improved through the installation of a damper at Walberswick to allow elvers upstream.
The first meeting of the East Suffolk Catchment Partnership. December 2013 in Melton (Suffolk). An excellent turnout by people with a wide variety of interests from Agriculture to Fisheries, Regulation to Flooding.
River Stour, Essex/Suffolk border. Sudbury Common. Kind permisison Steve Derbyshire