Environment Agency digs in

Environment Agency planning teams

Members of the Environment Agency planning teams based in Leeds & York got their hands very dirty helping the Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows enlarge a number of ponds in the reservoir basin. The ponds, or ‘scrapes’, should stay damp during the summer months allowing plants, invertebrates and other creatures preferring moisture to survive. The only pond wildlife seen on the day however were a number of leeches…

Environment Agency planning teams digging in wet weather

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