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Making a coastal path around the English coast a reality

In this blog, originally posted on the Natural England site, our Natural Environment Director, Simon Pryor, discusses coastal access and The England Coast Path.

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National Trust

Natural England‘s Chief Scientist visited the North York Moors last week to see the ongoing work in the River Esk catchment to help save our dwindling population of Freshwater Pearl Mussels. 46 more words

North York Moors

Environmental paradoxes in a local paper

One of our local papers in the New Forest area is the New Milton Advertiser and Lymington Times which has been published weekly without interruption since 1928 and is understood to be the last broadsheet local newspaper in the country. 644 more words


A Story for Halloween

Gil Thompson shut down his computer, put his notepad and pens in his desk drawer and took his empty coffee cup to the dishwasher.

“See you Monday Terri,” he said to his colleague as he picked up his briefcase and headed for the door. 794 more words


Public to have their say on protection for Solway marine birds.

A formal public consultation launched  on Tuesday 25th by SNH on behalf of Scottish Government is asking people to comment on a proposed Special Protection Area (pSPA) in the UK’s third largest estuary. 509 more words

Back to burning trees!

I spent this morning with Crewe & Nantwich Conservation Volunteers (CNCV) out at Wybunbury Moss doing a task for Natural England.  I missed the last task two weeks ago, and with the early weather looking sparkling, I was keen not to miss another. 151 more words

Conservation And Environment