Sussex IFCA is looking to recruit several members to the Sussex Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA). Each IFCA needs members who will take a balanced approach to caring for our seas, assessing the priority and importance of all users and stakeholders. The Sussex IFCA is seeking proactive individuals with good communication skills and a … Continued
Catch up on the latest news from around the catchment from South East Water and Catchment Sensitive Farming Officer Anne Blockhus. Discover some of the innovative projects being undertaken, grants and funds which are available and more about how changes to Greening Rules could provide opportunities within Countryside Stewardship schemes. To see the full newsletter … Continued
Southern Water is offering capital grants of up to £10,000 per holding per year for new machinery and infrastructure improvements to help reduce the risk of water pollution from farming in their drinking water catchments. Find out more about the grant scheme and how to apply here
South East Water have teamed up with Catchment Sensitive Farming to work with farmers and land managers to improve water quality and increase on-farm efficiency. Find out how you could benefit from a range of incentives and support by reading the latest South East Water newsletter.
South East Water are currently recruiting. Job adverts for the Environmental Team can be found on their careers website
South East Water have teamed up with Catchment Sensitive Farming to work with farmers and land managers to improve water quality and increase on-farm efficacy. Take a look at the most recent newsletter for the Ouse here.
The Environment Agency has just launched a leaflet which summarises their messages to farmers. Read it here The clear and consistent messages and information aims to help farmers to manage environmental impacts to improve and protect soil health, water quality and resources. Reduce and manage flood risk. Protect air quality and adapt to a changing climate.
As part of the UK government’s commitment to leave the environment in a better state than we inherited it, an independent review of Highly Protected Marine Areas (HPMAs) is currently underway. A four-week call for evidence launches today inviting communities, industry and stakeholders for their comments on introducing tougher measures to help stop the impacts … Continued
We have just published an update to our Catchment Management Plan, detailing past achievements and setting out our future priorities to deliver strong and integrated catchment management for 2019-2023. Take a look at the plan here
Water draining from horse paddocks can contribute to water pollution. Water from hay net soaking and washing down areas can contain nutrients and sediment which can be harmful to the environment and human health if it enters ditches, streams, groundwater or drains. For 10 simple ways you can help, take a look at our equine awareness … Continued