£900,000 being spent to save freshwater pearl mussels in Cumbria

Monday, August 17, 2015

The Freshwater Biological Association have announced a £900,000 three year project to restore rivers and improve the mussel’s habitat across Cumbria. The money is part of a £1.5m grant from Biffa Award for rivers in Devon, North York Moors and South and West Cumbria. The project will culminate in the release of specially reared young mussels in 2018. BBC Article


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