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Kilnsea Wetlands

Measure description

Measure category: Biology/Ecology
Estuary: Humber
Salinity zone: polyhaline zone
Pressure: Habitat loss and degradation during the last about 100 years: Intertidal

Country: United Kingdom
Specific location: Kilnsea Wetlands, Kilnsea, Humber Estuary
Responsible Authority: The Project is collaboration between the Environment Agency, Natural England, South Holderness Countryside Society and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and guided by the Environment Agency, Natural England, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, South Holderness Countryside Society, Spurn Bird Observatory and Local community representatives, including the chair of the Spurn, Kilnsea and Easington Area Local Studies (SKEALS) Group, the Clerk to Easington Parish Council, an elected member of Easington Parish Council and a local farmer who presently stocks and manages much of the pasture land in the area.
Costs: < 1,000,000€
Measure technical factsheet (link): N/A
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