Your Place in the Landscape - "Functional Ecological Units"


The NIA element of the Meres & Mosses project was funded by Defra to look at the practicalities of delivering landscape-scale conservation on the ground.

This triggered our Wetland & Farm Adviser, Matt Jones, to undertake some specific and detailed thinking around what this means in the unique landscape that is the Meres & Mosses.

The research paper that resulted has recently been published in British Wildlife Click here to download a copy.


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The Raft Spider is Britain's largest spider and can be found on Wem Moss

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