Two new river channels flow on the Somerset Levels, as major works funded by the SRA give extra protection against flooding.
Two sites have emerged as the most promising locations for a Bridgwater Tidal Barrier - and people are now being urged to say which they prefer, and why - so that one site can go forward for more detailed analysis.
See how part of an old silted-up channel has been dug out to allow huge amounts of floodwater to be stored in a field, as it used to be, off the River Isle near Donyatt.
See works to re-connect a river with its floodplain, which will help to prevent flooding on the Somerset Levels. With Joanna Uglow of FWAG and engineer James Hector.
See rock rolls installed on the River Isle to prevent erosion and stop soil from the riverbank causing problems downstream. The video's presented by Joanna Uglow of FWAG SW.
Somerset County Council has teamed up with Somerset Rivers Authority to improve the flow of water and lessen dangerous turbulence through King's Sedgemoor Drain at Dunball north of Bridgwater. Benefits include protecting the two bridges which carry the A38 over King's Sedgemoor Drain at Dunball, and reducing the impact of any future local flooding.
In times of flood, it helps to store water higher up in river catchments. Leaky ponds hold water back, then release it safely.
See 6,000 trees planted to help soak up groundwater and prevent excessive run-off. SRA chairman John Osman, landowner Lord Cameron and land management expert Ben Thorne all feature in this video filmed near Ilminster.
A new report on possible locations for a Bridgwater Tidal Barrier whittles the number down from seven to five. The move follows analysis of feedback from a public consultation session, and a stakeholder workshop, held in Bridgwater in March. A tidal surge barrier is needed to help protect Bridgwater for the next 100 years or more.
A detailed briefing about new dredging of 750 metres of the River Parrett for Somerset Rivers Authority in 2016.