The Chalk Stream and Wetlands Meadows project to extend the habitat for local populations of water voles at Restore Hope, Latimer, has already begun but more needs to be done!
Read the River Chess Smarter Water Catchment Team's latest update on how the project is progressing and how they are working to create a place where people are working together to protect and improve the water environment for everyone.
Part of the Chilterns Conservation Board’s £2.4 Million pound National Lottery Heritage Funded, Landscape Partnership Scheme, Chalk Cherries and Chairs, Water in a Dry Landscape is a project which aims to find out more about the health of the chalk streams which rise from the foot of the northern scarp of the Chiltern hills.
Back in July, the Chilterns Conservation Board and The Chiltern Society secured £294,000 from the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund for the Chalk Streams and Wetland Meadows Project. Here's an update on work so far by the two new project officers, based at the Chiltern Society.
The Chiltern Chalk Streams Project has reached a big milestone – 2022 is the project’s 25th anniversary. Here's a look ahead to what 2022 holds for this longstanding project dedicated to protecting and enhancing these these rare and special threatened habitats in the Chilterns.
Today saw the launch of the first Chalk Stream Restoration Strategy, published today by Catchment Based Approach’s (CaBA) Chalk Stream...
We’re delighted to announce that the Chiltern Society has been joined by two new recruits to work on our joint Chalk Streams and Wetland Meadows Project.
Chalk Streams across the Chilterns are springing back to life after one of the most severe droughts on record.