Credit Elizabeth Dack

Condition Assessment of Existing Habitats

Saturday 03 September, 2022
A key step to improving local habitat for wildlife is knowing what you already have and how it is faring. A number of standard techniques for assessing habitat condition along rivers are discussed in this workshop, which is aimed at beginners.

About the project: Norfolk’s rivers are priceless jewels! Not only are many of them chalk rivers, making them one of the rarest habitats in the world, but their banks are also crucial corridors for wildlife through the landscape. There is much we can all do to help wildlife in and along our rivers. In this series of workshops, delivered in partnership with the Norfolk Coast Partnership and the Norfolk Rivers Trust, we explore Norfolk’s river wildlife, and how to assess it.

These workshops are part of The Two Chalk Rivers Project delivering habitat and biodiversity improvements to the Rivers Hun and Stiffkey during 2022 and 2023. Supported by the Green Recovery Challenge Fund, the project is a partnership between the Norfolk Coast Partnership and the Norfolk Rivers Trust.

 

Event details

Venue address
Holme Village Hall
Kirkgate
Holme-next-the-Sea
PE36 6LH
Time and date information
Saturday 3 September, 10am - 3pm
Cost
Free
Booking information
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Organiser
NWT
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