Case study:River Burn, North Creake
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- 1 Project overview
- 2 Image gallery
- 3 Catchment and subcatchment
- 4 Site
- 5 Project background
- 6 Reasons for river restoration
- 7 Measures
- 8 Monitoring
- 9 Additional documents and videos
- 10 Additional links and references
- 11 Supplementary Information
|Project web site||http://www.norfolkriverstrust.org/trust_project/river-burn/|
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|Main contact surname||RRC|
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|Contact organisation||Norfolk Rivers Trust|
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It is part of the Norfolk Rivers Trust’s mission to gain the active participation of the community. Stakeholders help us to set objectives, keep us informed about issues on the ground such as pollution and actively volunteer to make many more worthwhile projects possible.
Norfolk Rivers Trust have recently started to work in the Burn catchment, and we were very pleased to receive over 80 people at our latest event at North Creake Village Hall.
An opportunity to restore a section of the River Burn by fencing off livestock and tree planting has already been identified with the aid of the landowner, and this project will be greatly helped by the help of volunteers. Norfolk Rivers Trust are grateful for the help which The Creake Abbey Trust has given to make this project happen, and hope that more projects will be initiated in the near future.
Monitoring surveys and results
Catchment and subcatchment
Cost for project phases
Reasons for river restoration
Hydromorphological quality elements
Biological quality elements
Physico-chemical quality elements
Additional documents and videos