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Restoring the Water: Supporting Species and Habitats

1.1 River Lark Channel Restoration

The River Lark chalk stream is a unique and important habitat of which there are very few worldwide. This project will undertake signifincant river restoration on the river Lark, between Fornham upstream and beyond Mildenhall whilst developing sustainable community-based river management.

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1.2 Sea to Chalk: Restoring Sea Trout and Eels

Removing in-river structures and create fish passes on the R. Lark to enable the free flow of Native wild brown trout and other river species

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1.3 Little Ouse River Improvement

Construction of a single flight Larinier Fish pass that also provides passage for canoes.

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1.4 Barton Mills Sluice

The River Lark chalk stream is a unique and important habitat of which there are very few worldwide. The chalk stream globally is a very rare type of river with a unique ecology.

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1.5 Lost Ponds: Reinstating Ghost Pingos

A rare relict of the last Ice Age, pingos (a specialist form of pond) occur in significant numbers in the Brecks.

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1.6 Riparian Landowner Advice

Providing a joined-up approach for delivering bespoke land management advice for the Brecks’ riparian landowners.

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