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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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Harvest mouse haven at Whixall

Date Posted: 23rd February 2015

Over 60 students joined Meres and Mosses staff for a harvest mouse nest hunt in Whixall.
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First Business Environment Network event held

Date Posted: 23rd February 2015

The first of the Meres and Mosses BEN meeting took place last week and attracted businesses from afar.
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Volunteer february

Date Posted: 28th January 2015

Volunteer this February, there are opportunities all over the Meres and Mosses!
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Ellesmere Otter Spotter

Date Posted: 13th January 2015

An otter was spotted and photographed in The Mere last week.
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