In this post, the team behind the Evenlode Landscape Recovery Project share their plans to restore streams and rivers, protect threatened native species, improve natural habitats and adapt to climate change while continuing to productively farm and create new revenue streams for farmers in the area.
The Evenlode Landscape Recovery Project Team
The Evenlode Landscape Recovery project comprises a team of sector experts and enthusiastic farmers in the North East Cotswold Farmer Cluster CIC.
Tim Coates, cluster director, third-generation regenerative farmer and co-founder of Oxbury Bank. Tim chairs the pilot steering group.
Project director Tim Field (cluster founder-facilitator).
Technical and data lead Dr David Gasca Tucker (Hydrologist, Atkins Realis).
Farm advice lead Edward Earnshaw (Farmer and founder, Just Farm).
The pilot is delivered by Rachel Murphy (adviser/cluster farmer), Ella Mascia (data manager/Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery).
It is project managed by Lewis Fagence and ably supported by Environment Agency project liaison officer, Izzy Edwards.
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