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Enter the Meres and Mosses photography competition!

Date Posted: 7th July 2015

Shortlisted entries will be judged at Merefest in September.
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Creative writing in the landscape

Date Posted: 7th April 2015

Guest blogger Kirstie Edwards writes about her experiences on the ongoing Creative Writing in the Landscape courses.
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Update on Nature Improvement Areas report published

Date Posted: 31st March 2015

Our 12 NIAs have now been existence for 3 years and a collective report to illustrate the strides that have been made.
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Sir John Lawton visits the Meres and Mosses

Date Posted: 25th March 2015

Professor Sir John Lawton is the man that made England's 12 Nature Improvement Areas possible.
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Student researching M&M buffer strips

Date Posted: 3rd March 2015

Wendy O'Neill from Liverpool John Moores University is researching how efficient various types of vegetation are at intercepting pollutants being transported from agricultural fields to watercourses and wetlands.
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