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World Wetlands Day: a new wetland for the Wyre catchment

Posted by Rebecca Duncan

You may have read before about Broomfield Park wetland in Enfield London, which is a project we are really proud to work on. We are also incredibly excited to share a new video this World Wetlands Day about a more recent wetland initiative in the Wyre Catchment in the North…

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Wyre NFM Investment Readiness Project featured at Greater Manchester Green Summit

Posted by Rebecca Duncan

We were delighted to address the recent Greater Manchester Green Summit, discussing our Wyre Natural Flood Management (NFM) Investment Readiness Project. The project is being delivered by The Rivers Trust, Wyre Rivers Trust, Environment Agency, United Utilities, Triodos Bank, Co-op Insurance and FloodRE, with funding from Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. It…

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Investigative NFM modelling in the Wyre

Posted by Jayne Mann

This additional modelling is being commissioned by the modelling working group of the Wyre Investment Readiness project to improve the understanding of 3 key processes in the catchment above Churchtown with respect to flood risk. The aim is to build confidence within the investor community that the delivery of NFM is…

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Natural Flood Management Modelling (Wyre catchment)

Posted by Emily Cooper

The aim is to identify the priority areas for woodland planting in the Wyre catchment upstream of Churchtown and the impact that this planting could have on flooding in Churchtown. The outputs The outputs required from the project are: Woodland opportunity maps which show the ranking of the best places…

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Investing in nature: Wyre catchment project

Posted by Emily Cooper

New project in Wyre catchment given support to attract private sector investment to tackle climate change and restore nature An environmental project in Lancashire has been selected as one of first schemes to receive grant funding to encourage sustainable private sector investment for the benefit of the local community and…

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