Archive of: Fran Southgate

  • The Natural Capital of Floodplains

    The Natural Capital of Floodplains

    The Trust is working with partners to provide Natural Capital and multiple benefits to people and wildlife through Natural Flood Management in the Sussex Flow Initiative project.

  • Self-willed Wildlife

    Self-willed Wildlife

    The notion of self-willed wildlife is emerging at the moment. It is, in effect, a trusting that nature knows what is best for itself, and a handing back of the reigns to nature.

  • Branching out with tree fodder

    Branching out with tree fodder

    Traditionally browsing trees and hedgerows have been an important summer feed source that can offer some help to the lack of grass

  • Leaky Dams

    Leaky Dams

    Chailey School have been helping us to make leaky dams

  • Our Working Washland complete

    Our Working Washland complete

    Last week we posted a blog about our working washland near Plumpton. One week on and our working washland is complete.

  • Working Washlands

    Working Washlands

    How to create over 100 tonnes of flood storage in a couple of days.

  • On the trail of the olfactory otter

    On the trail of the olfactory otter

    Signs of otter have been spotted in Sussex - otter spraint, footprints and anal jelly. How do otters use these signs to communicate?

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