Eddleston Water Project Planting

Tuesday 24 November 2015

Thanks to Eadha volunteers, 300 local provenance native aspen trees have been planted along the Middle Burn in the Scottish Borders for Tweed Forum. This new riparian woodland is being created for the Eddleston Water Project which seeks to restore water courses and habitats in the Eddleston catchment, a tributary of the River Tweed. Interesting to see the brushwood flow restrictors mimicking small beaver dams to reduce flooding downstream. Maybe soon the creatures themselves will be helping to achieve this goal.

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