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Recently we featured team member Lily working hard on the Sculthorpe Reserve’s fen meadow. Although laborious, the task of cutting, band raking, and baling was an important one to complete. 

By maintaining the fen meadow in this way the reserve is able to provide food for their livestock as well as weaken dominant plants on the site; allowing for the growth of varied plants, not just the prevalent ones!

The positive effects of this action can already be seen. The bright green carpet pictured is Marsh Fern, which is now able to thrive because of the site's recent maintenance.

You’ll also notice that cattle are now happily grazing on this site. Known as conservation grazing the cattle are helping continue the environmentally positive impacts of controlling dominant growth on the site.


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