The video that helped Hills to Levels win the UK River Prize 2018.
Eye-opening and impressive. Somerset's landscape filmed from the sky, to show natural flood management works like ponds in context.
A short video with aerial footage showing a new cascade of ponds at Brompton Ralph in West Somerset, funded by Somerset Rivers Authority.
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.
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.
See woody dams being created in the Blackdown Hills - with expert commentary from Ben Thorne of FWAG SW. (That's not him in the thumbnail! It's Bryony Sadler of FLAG being interviewed by the BBC).
See Filter Soxx put into action in a muddy Somerset field - with commentary from natural flood management expert Roy Hayes.