New Hedge Planted At Horner Farm In Porlock On On Bright Winter Morning With Dog In Foregound.

12 ways for Somerset farmers to win grants

Farmers are being invited to bid in Somerset’s biggest ever auction for works to reduce flooding, boost agriculture and improve the environment. The auction will run online from Monday 1 March to Monday 15 March. Grants for up to 12 different measures are available, from a total funding pot of £60,000.
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Looking Out From The Bottom Of A Steep Slope At Huckham In The Polden Hills Across Butleigh Moor And The Somerset Levels.

Free trees to help Somerset reduce flood risks

14,000 trees are being offered to Somerset landowners and parish councils this winter, as part of a new project called Trees for Water. The initiative is being led by Somerset environmental group Reimagining the Levels, in partnership with Somerset Rivers Authority, the Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group SouthWest and the Woodland Trust.
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Tractor And Sward Slitter In Action On Field In Exmoor In Somerset With Grassland Showing Results Of Efforts To Aerate Soil And Improve Infiltration Of Water.

Farmers bid online for Somerset flood works

Farmers across Somerset made well over 100 bids in the county’s biggest auction yet for works to help stop flooding. The auction ran online in the second half of March. Somerset Rivers Authority, the Environment Agency and the Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group SouthWest offered farmers a choice of up to seven different methods of natural flood management. Bids are now being checked.
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River Parrett In Summer With Swan Of Water And View Of Langport Including Church Tower

How should Wedmore and Langport adapt to climate change?

People living in and around Wedmore and Langport are invited to take part in a major new Somerset climate change project called Adapting the Levels. Come to the Ridgway Hall in Langport between 10am and 2pm on Saturday 29 February. Children and young people are welcome to attend. A similar event in Wedmore at the start of February was a popular success.
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