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Archive of posts tagged Wey Meadow SSSI

A ditch in time

by Rod Kebble In April last year, we ran a story about plans to excavate one of the former water channels in the Wey Meadow SSSI (site of special scientific interest). Natural England granted permission for the work to go ahead but for various reasons the work was not undertaken within the time specified and […]

Sign language

by Rod Kebble A break in this week’s rains allowed Brian Lavers and me to erect some of the new signs that explain to visitors various aspects of Pierrepont Farm. The fact that these signs are going up just before the farm’s annual Open Day is, of course, no coincidence. Yesterday we put up a […]

Monitoring group’s August survey

by Brian Lavers August’s monitoring group’s survey was a further measure of the plant species present on the Wey Meadow SSSI (site of special scientific interest) and required the identification of those species present within each of four randomly selected 2-metre square plots. Two of the selected plots were within the areas of short vegetation […]