Date: 9th June 2021 Location: Online
Thank you for attending the Landwise 3rd Annual Workshop 2021.
Links to the presentations and posters presented at the event are detailed below.
Jo Clark (University of Reading) – Overview of Landwise project and highlights so far
Samantha Broadmeadow (Forestry Commission) – Comparing mapping NFM opportunity from soil data; comparing technical and farmer knowledge.
Chris Short/Charlotte Chivers (University of Gloucestershire) – Farmer knowledge of soil and land management.
Emily Trill (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology) – Impacts of land use and management on soil properties and flood risk; evidence from the broad scale survey.
Posters and Exhibitions Presented on Gather.Town
NFM Programme Website
NFM Programme Webinar
Alison Love, Environment Agency – Urban river restoration project with NFM benefits on the Salt Hill Stream, Slough
Kay Lacey, Pang Valley Flood Forum (PVFF) – Our Defra NFM pilot project in the lower Pang valley
Harriet Fraser, Somewhere-Nowhere
Jon Hollis, Environment Agency – EA’s NFM Programme
Katharina Bauer, South East Rivers Trust – PROWATER – Protecting and restoring water resources through actions at the landscape scale
Anne Verhoef, University of Reading – An overview of the hydrological models used in Landwise for the simulation of the effects of land based NFM measures
Richard Gantlett, Yatesbury House Farm – Soilutions
Elinor Sherlock, FWAG – Natural flood management in the Upper Coln
Elaine Halliday, University of Reading – Impact of groundwater abstraction and woodland management on groundwater fed wetlands
John Robotham, CEH – Monitoring the effects of natural flood management on water quality in the Evenlode catchment
Sarah Collins, BGS – Groundwater flooding in the river Pang catchment
Will Maslanka, University of Reading – Surface soil moisture from space
Erica Bower, University of Reading – Soil protein as an indicator of carbon storage and ‘soil health’
Gabby Powell, University of Reading – Evaluating leaky barriers created through a Defra community natural flood management (NFM) grant
Nerea Fernando, University of Reading – Citizen science for tree and soil health in urban areas