An in-depth talk by ex-Environment Agency officer Francis Farr-Cox on how the hydrology of the area works and its importance to local ecology and livelihoods. Then a trip out on the reserves for some hands-on activities demonstrating how to record abiotic factors in surveys with retired science teacher Nick Sheffrin.
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