This year we’ve been taking part in the Clean Water for Wildlife survey again, testing for nutrient pollution in as many water bodies as possible across the Lower Windrush Valley.
We’re aiming to increase awareness of nutrient pollution, get a ‘snapshot’ of water quality across the Lower Windrush Valley and contribute the results to the Freshwater Habitats Trust national database.
|One of the ponds tested at Standlake common Nature Reserve|
With such a dry year and testing taking place a little later than last year we’ve had lots of volunteers reporting dry ponds! We’ve still managed to test the majority of last year’s sites, with a few additions.
Results are being collated at the moment and will be shared soon.
|1st Standlake Brownies visited Rushy Common and took part in the water testing at Tar Lakes|
|One of the groups of Brownies testing the Hardwick Brook at Tar Lakes|