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River Keekle Restoration

By woodlandstv

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Woodlands have been working with the West Cumbria Rivers Trust to restore the River Keekle near Whitehaven in Cumbria. It was an open cast coal mine until the early nineties, when the riverbed was lined with plastic in an attempt to keep buried toxic waste out of the river. The river restoration project is now removing this horrible plastic and repairing the river to a more natural state, to prevent flooding and restore the health and biodiversity of the surrounding area.

A film for woodlands.co.uk by Jemma Cholawo. www.jemmacholawo.com


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Beavers are in Scotland since 2000, in an earlier article.

Ken Leach

February 29, 2020

Great project, improving nature and Man kind x

Ken Leach

February 29, 2020

Cheap, nasty "solutions" shift costs to others.

Tam McD

February 29, 2020

And one for the camerawoman, too, please. 🙂

Jemma Cholawo

March 2, 2020

@Jemma Cholawo Well done, Jemma! You deserve a medal, too. I hope you got a hot bath, lots of warm, fluffy towels and a hot chocolate after that

Neilhuny

March 3, 2020

@Neilhuny Thank you, kind stranger!

Jemma Cholawo

March 9, 2020


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