Another year of LIFE R4Ever Kent

We say goodbye to the second year of the LIFE R4Ever Kent Project, with our project officer providing a breakdown of works completed in 2023.
The LIFE R4Ever Kent Project started at the end of 2021, with the aim to Restore and Revive the River Kent Special Area of Conservation (SAC). This will allow species and habitats to Recover, making the designated features more Resilient to environmental pressures.
The River Kent SAC has a designation for its Ranunculion habitat, Freshwater pearl mussel, Bullhead and White-clawed crayfish.
It has been yet another busy year for the team, comprising of individuals from South Cumbria Rivers Trust, Freshwater Biological Association, Environment Agency and Natural England. A multi-million pound project, this five year EU part-funded programme is due to end in 2026.
Find out about what SCRT have been busy delivering in the Kent catchment, from tree planting to fish surveys and everything in between.

Want to keep up-to-date with everything happening on the Kent? Follow the link to the project website: LIFE R4Ever Kent website