• Build it and they will come: Large-scale habitat works underway at Seasalter to boost nature’s recovery

    September 2021 Imagine looking out of your window in the morning, cup of tea in hand, to see a young redshank, paddling in the low water. It’s scampering back and forth whilst probing repeatedly beneath the waterline, under the watchful eye th...
    • 23 Sep 2021
  • Soggier soils: what we've done so far

    Bradley Andrews (Community Engagement and Conservation Intern) writes: Improving the forests hydrology to combat the effects of climate change is great idea. But, how do we know if making dams along the forest watercourse will have actually made a di...
    • 10 Sep 2021
  • Meet the Team (Part 2): Christina Mittar

    For part 2 of our Meet the Team series - say hello to Christina who, alongside Brad, is one of our two Community Engagement and Conservation Interns:  My name’s Christina, I am 29 years old and a single parent from Kent. I recently gradua...
    • 27 Aug 2021
  • Meet the Team (Part 1): Bradley Andrews

    Hi there, as we start to approach the end of the breeding season we are beginning the practical stage of our project. Months of planning by the team is taking shape and boots are on the ground. We've recently grown our ranks by recruiting two new...
    • 20 Aug 2021
  • Welcome: Introducing the Project

    Hello, and welcome to our project blog! This is where we will keep you up to date about what’s going on across Blean Woods and Seasalter levels. Over the next year (and beyond) we will posting about our events, our practical project work and al...
    • 24 Jun 2021