Author: Bill Vorley, Anthony Weston, Frank Langrish A report which confirms the opportunity for a concerted programme to aggregate land for livestock managed by skilled entrants under tenure arrangements that supports investment in the long term productivity and sustainability of the agricultural resource.
A summary of research documents relating to the Easter Rother Water Catchment organised under: water quality, biodiversity, history & archaeology, flood risk & climate change, and people engagement. The synthesis aims to make it easy for policy makers and others to access the available information when developing land management strategies and plans for the area.
A booklet of amusing stories told by fictitious past residents. Gort and Tig Stone, siblings who hunt with their family during the Stone Age; Sparkatus, a fifteen year old who works a the Roman's Beauport Park bloomery near Hastings; and Martin Parker, a WW2 evacuee based near Ashdown Forest; are just some of the characters who bring the history of the High Weald's landscape to life.
This report provides general background information on the nature of the river catchments in the High Weald AONB, followed by advice on how these rivers might be best managed in the future to sustain and enhance their natural physical characteristics. The relationship between management to control flooding – and management to enhance natural riverine ecology and provide opportunity for sustainable catchment land management – is considered.