Discover The Project
How do you move 55,000 cubic metres of soft sediment?
“Biomanipulation” is THE key technique that we are using to improve the water quality of Hoveton Great Broad.
Hoveton Great Broad sits within the Bure Marshes National Nature Reserve, managed by Natural England.
Discover the Science behind the project, and why wetlands are such important habitats.
Want to know more about what makes our wetlands work? What animals, insects, birds and plants live in these watery wonderlands? Downloadable resources and activities for all here!
The Project has been busy over recent years, and latterly we have been busy getting everything ready for when we can welcome you all back to the trail soon!
Our new Project Manager, Chris Terry has now joined the team and is getting to grips with the complex "ins and outs" of the project.
Want a wonderful day out this summer? Then come find our GoGo Hare at Salhouse Broad, then jump on the ferry and take a trip to our beautiful Hoveton Nature Trail.
Our new team member has taken its place at Salhouse Broad. Come and visit “Warden Willow”, the HGB Nature Trail or take some time to just sit and watch the world go by.
The HGB project is very pleased to introduce its newest team member!
The project website has now been up and running for a year...
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