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Heather on chalk, a rare thing

There is a place on top of the South Downs where, unusually, acid-loving heathland plants thrive on alkaline chalk.  It is Lullington Heath national nature reserve. 594 more words

Access Land

Isle of Wight Wild Deer

The history of wild deer on the Isle of Wight reflects the neighbouring areas on the mainland coasts of Hampshire & Dorset,with deer populations establishing after the last Ice Age and fluctuating ever since. 500 more words

Restoration Projects: River Nene

The first restoration project that I am going to discuss is the Nene Valley NIA. At a length of 91 miles the Nene flows through the East Midlands towards the Wash, where it enters the sea.   854 more words

Rivers

Sells brings Cross to NE Board. Goodbye Doug Hulyer

The white smoke has appeared from the Natural England papal chimney – we now know who the new Natural England Chief Executive is – James Cross. 929 more words

Some good news .... Thorne Moors A Botanical Survey

We are delighted to provide readers with advance notification that the long awaited Thorne Moors A Botanical Survey is with the printers and is expected by the end of the month! 164 more words

Executive Secretary

'Moor' badgering, upland Hen Harriers, Natural England have a new Chief Executive & Beverley Common.

BADGERS

The plight of beleaguered brock was brought home to me recently when I attended a meeting to explore ways of safeguarding the last few setts in the area.   849 more words

Executive Secretary