British Wildlife 18.4 April 2007

The Eye Brook – a multifunctional approach to catchment management

The Eye Brook is one of the countless small streams that have spent the past few millennia making East Anglia what it is today. Soil erosion is a natural process without which the fens would still be sea. Productive agriculture, and the towns built on it over several centuries, owe a debt of thanks to such natural processes, with, of course, a little help from the Dutch. 

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