Fisheries officer, Arnie Warsop, explains what saline incursion is and how the work of the Environment Agency protects up to half a million fish from these incursion events on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.
In today's blog, we talk about beach wash ups and how the Environment Agency's role in responding.
Emma Billings provides an insight into the Environment Agency farm inspections taking place in Lincolnshire
In this blog post we explore the latest prolonged dry weather situation and how the Environment Agency has already been taking action.
Charlotte Hitchmough and Rupert Kelton from Action for the River Kennet talk about a project to improve river water quality and create new wetland habitat in a sub-catchment of the Kennet in Wiltshire. The Sparkling Streams project has repurposed an …
Deputy Director for Water Strategy and Partnerships, Richard Thompson, talks about how the importance of River Basin Management Planning as a tool for driving forward the changes needed for a prosperous water environment.
Read about how Environment Agency Officers have been involved in the recently launched ‘International guide on using Natural and Nature Based Features’. This guide is for river and coastal managers worldwide – to inspire them, showcasing nature-based approaches to flood and coastal management.
The New Forest is one of the most visited National Parks in England. With over 6000 camping pitch spaces per day, it is certainly a popular staycation offering an opportunity not only for people to reconnect with their families and …
The Chair of the Environment Agency, Emma Howard Boyd, visited the River Wharfe in Ilkley, Yorkshire, last week.
30 years in the job and I’m still being approached by members of the public commenting on just how fabulous our beaches are. There’s not many people who can count themselves lucky enough to go to the beach every day …