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PhD Opportunity - Rewilding and Natural Flood Management

Monday, March 4, 2019

Allocated four-year PhD position at Queen Mary University of London available to start in September 2019. The successful candidate will start their project in September 2019 and will participate in training and cohort activities of the London NERC DTP.

Deadline for applicants: Monday 18 March 2019

 

Project title: Rewilding and Natural Flood Management

Woodland scheme aims to reduce flood risk

Monday, February 18, 2019

The Woodlands for Water project should help mitigate the effects of flooding in the North East and Yorkshire.

The Forestry Commission and Environment Agency-run scheme provides financial incentives and expert advice to help farmers plant woodlands and alleviate flooding.

The Woodland Creation grant offers up to £6,800/ha to farmers that plant new woodlands, along with £200/ha/yr for up to 10 years.

Irwell Catchment Natural Flood Risk Management Group

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

During 2016 Natural England applied for an additional round of funds, through the DEFRA Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund, to promote natural flood management among groups of farmers in areas hit by floods in late 2015. A bespoke, flood focused, scheme was subsequently launched in December 2016. In North West England funds were awarded to four projects, including an application in the upper River Irwell catchment led by Groundwork MSSTT in its role as host for the Irwell Catchment Partnership.

PhD Opportunity - Reducing Flood Peaks with Trees

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Reducing Flood Peaks with Trees and Other Nature-Based Methods Across the English Catchment with the Largest Recorded Flood Discharge

The aim of the project is to deliver scientific evidence of the benefits of trees and other measures of 'natural flood management' to flood peak reductions for Lancaster city through a combination of innovative field measurements and a range of modelling techniques.

NFM Projects Announced that are to Receive the £15m Defra Funding

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Schemes announced to receive £15m of natural flood management funding

Environment minister Thérése Coffey has announced details of projects which have been allocated funding for natural flood defences. As part of a drive to roll out innovative techniques to reduce flood risk. 34 community led projects have been named as winners of a £1m government funded competition, the first of its kind, enabling them to realise plans to use landscape features such as ponds, banks, meanders, channels, and trees to store, drain or slow flood water.

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