Southern Water and South East Water have formed a partnership with Catchment Sensitive Farming to work with farmers across the SE of England. As part of a range of incentives to protect water quality in our local rivers, the water companies are offering ferric phosphate substitution agreements at £1 per Kg incentive.  Read more...

 

The Adur & Ouse Catchment Partnership have published new guidance on septic tanks for households. If you have a septic tank find out more here...

 

The Adur & Ouse Catchment Partnership have launched a new leaflet to raise awareness of the problems phosphates can cause to our rivers and waterbodies.  Read the leaflet here...

Come along and look at our current plans for reducing flood risk in Newhaven.

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Catchment Sensitive Farming and South East Water have begun a new partnership project. The project aims to work with farmers and land managers to help deliver water quality improvements and increase on-farm efficiency. Link to newsletter

 

OART has just appointed Rachel Paget as its Project and Administrative Coordinator for an initial one year term. Working alongside Pete King, OART's Project Officer, Rachel will be focussing her attention on project development, communications and publicity.

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On Tuesday 28 April the Adur and Ouse catchment welcomed Carolina Pinto and 2 colleagues from the Re-naturalize Project for Mangarai in Brazil. Pete King of the Ouse and Adur Rivers Trust (OART) led a guided walk at Buxted Park Weir (MORPH) on the River Uck and Sheffield Park (MORPH) on the Ouse.

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Read Fran Southgate's account of the day she spent with volunteers on the western arm of the River Adur.

Sussex Wildlife Trust Article

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The Environment Agency's Fisheries, Biodiversity and Geomorphology Winter Newsletter celebrates the successes of its teams in East and West Sussex, Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight. There is a particular focus on working in partnership with others.

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Shipley tilting gate, on the Knepp Estate, has been removed to enable fish to once more swim upstream on the western arm of the Adur.

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Design by LTD Design Consultants and build by Garganey Consulting. From an original concept by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.