Working the landscape

Catchments will be the building blocks of the government’s forthcoming 25-year environment plan. Rachel Salvidge dons her wellies to find out how catchment management is working in the field

by Rachel Salvidge
The 4,500-hectare Euston Estate in Norfolk, is working with the Cam and Ely Ouse Catchment Partnership to improve soils and reduce diffuse water pollution. Photograph: Rachel Salvidge
The 4,500-hectare Euston Estate in Norfolk, is working with the Cam and Ely Ouse Catchment Partnership to improve soils and reduce diffuse water pollution. Photograph: Rachel Salvidge

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