Interview with Trinity Broad Warden about the success of bio manipulation on Ormesby Broad
Seeing a body of water come back to life is a magical thing! Water vegetation, amphibians, fish and a whole host of birds and insects thrive in and around clear waters.... hear how the Ormesby Broad bio manipulation project has made a difference.
Meet The Scientists: An interview with Scott Hardy, the Science Officer on the Project
Discover what inspires someone to pursue Science from an early age, and what the role of a Science officer entails
Meet the Team: The Hoveton Great Broad Restoration Project Team
An environmental project needs a whole host of expertise to reach its goal, share the journey with the public and ensure that the work done supports habitats and communities for many years to come. Meet the people making the sparkle come back!
Phd Student, Emily Winter and the reasons for Fish tracking
Project sponsored Phd Student Emily Winter explains why tracking of fish species is so important
A Journey Along the Bure – Future Radio
A 5-part series recorded by Natural England, documenting a boat journey from Wroxham to Horning along the River Bure.
EDP GoGoHare Hunters’ County Map
The EDP revealed where you will find the 18 moongazer GoGoHares across Norfolk.
Warden Willow makes front cover of Norfolk Magazine
Norfolk Magazine covers the launch of the county trail for GoGoHares 2018, focusing on The Hoveton Great Broad Restoration Project hare, GoGoWardenWillow, and Sydney Longears, the Norfolk Wildlife Trust's hare.
The Drip a watery tale! – YouTube Video
Introduced by a drip of water, this wonderful animation interprets the natural water cycle and other important areas of aquatic science and geography. It also takes a quirky look at the dark side, taking us on a thought-provoking journey through the murky depths and issues of our own waste only to surface in an engaging and brighter optimism for a healthier future full of home-grown heroes.
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