Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Ruscombe brook: walk highlights action areas
Last year we walked with FWAG - that's the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group and it is the UK's leading independent provider of environmental advice to farmers - see that walk here. This time we had a new group member who works with water and conservation - he was able to add to the advice and info we had gained last year.
Photos from walk in May of the top half of the brook.
Last night we met again to discuss what we found on the walk and our next steps. We have drawn up a list of 4 target issues to consider further. It is good to have some renewed enthusiasm and focus for the group as we have drifted a bit over the last 6 months.
Having said that the yearly root cutting of roots that have grown into sewers has led to almost no raw sewage incidents - what a difference from 2005/6 when there were some 20 plus incidents.
You can read more about our project at:
Or for even more read over 130 entries on Philip Booth's blog re Ruscombe Brook here.
Posted by Philip at 4:28 AM