Floods and coastal risk management officer, Simon Ross, explains how he increased the bee population by 60,000 near the Lakenheath cut-off channel.
Field Officer Ruth talks about our work sampling bathing water.
Research Scientist Kerry talks about our use of DNA technology to understand what’s in the water.
A look into the LOVEmyBEACH project.
The social benefits of the natural environment and green space are well understood and researched, but what about the benefits of blue space?
Laboratory scientist, Sean, takes us through the science behind bathing water monitoring.
New roles will ensure that farmers are able to access more advice and guidance, as well as being better placed to benefit from future funding opportunities as new schemes and sustainable incentives for farm businesses are rolled out.
Lucy takes us through a day in the life of a bathing water sampler #WaterWarrior
Floods and coastal risk management officer, Ben Di Giulio, explains how he increased the bee population by 3,000 at the Denver Complex.
Groundwater flooding can happen when the level of the water within rock or soil underground rises, meaning that water seeps through the surface.
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