Chalk Rivers, The State of Englands Chalk Rivers

The State of Englands Chalk Rivers

Summary report by the UK Biodiversity Action Plan Steering Group for Chalk Rivers

Ref: HO-07/04-2K-BIAB-EAD-EP207A

2004.

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The UK Biodiversity Action Plan Steering Group for Chalk Rivers is made up of the Environment Agency, English Nature, Game Conservancy Trust, Atlantic Salmon Trust, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, British Trout Association and the Wildlife Trusts. Its report, The State of Englands Chalk Rivers, sets out this vision:

Chalk rivers should be protected or restored to a quality which sustains the high conservation value of their wildlife, healthy water supplies, recreation opportunities and their place in the character and cultural history of the landscape.

Environment Agency & English Nature, July 2004

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