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Posted by Sarah
March 29, 2017
Volunteers celebrate planting 1,000th oak tree at Scammonden reservoir

It has taken four years, but a group of conservation volunteers can now celebrate planting the 1,000th oak tree sapling around the edges of Scammondon reservoir. 

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Posted by Sarah
March 27, 2017
Quicker deployment of flood pumps to Malton and Boroughbridge

Two large storm pumps have been given new homes so agencies can respond quicker to protect homes and businesses from the risk of flooding.

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Posted by Sarah
March 27, 2017
Schools visit local libraries to learn about Hull’s water culture

Six schools from Hull and over 250 pupils have visited their local libraries during the last month to learn about the city’s new ‘water culture’ vision. 

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Posted by Sarah
March 22, 2017
Trout treat for anglers as 6,500 fish added to Fewston reservoir

An influx of anglers is expected at our fishery in the Washburn Valley near Harrogate to make the most of a fish frenzy in Fewston reservoir which has been topped up with thousands of rainbow trout to mark the beginning of the 2017 fishing season. 

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Posted by Sarah
March 22, 2017
Julian Smith MP visits Humberstone Bank Farm

Humberstone Bank Farm in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is being farmed sustainably to protect water quality, wildlife biodiversity, peat moorland and improve carbon storage. 

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Posted by Sarah
March 20, 2017
New Education Facility at Tophill Low Nature Reserve

We are opening the doors to a brand new Education Facility at Tophill Low Nature Reserve in May. 

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Posted by Sarah
March 20, 2017
£17 million investment to improve Scarborough’s drinking water

Irton water treatment works will be modernised to improve drinking water and enable the site to meet the needs of future generations. 

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Posted by Sarah
March 17, 2017
Helicopters fly in to improve the peat on Colsterdale Moor

Large rocks of sandstone have been heli-lifted onto Colsterdale Moor near Masham as part of an environmental project led by Yorkshire Water and Yorkshire Peat Partnership to revive the moor and reduce sediment being washed downstream. 

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Posted by Sarah
March 17, 2017
Ewden Education Centre re-opens its doors to schools in May

Ewden Education Centre re-opens its’ doors to South Yorkshire schools in May. 

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