Reflections on my time at TAP

Delving deeper into the value of groundwater, and all the risks that face it, inspired me yet further into trying to reach out to as many people as possible to raise awareness about this understudied aspect of our planet.

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Latest news and events

Saddlescombe Farm

An exciting opportunity for the TAP team to see sustainable and aquifer-friendly farming in action.

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TAP appoints a new chair

“TAP has been doing great work over recent years and I’m delighted to be joining the team”.

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Groundswell – by farmers, for farmers

‘People can sow a seed in your mind, not just in the ground’.

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Generation Restoration

Ecosystem restoration is the theme for this year’s World Environment Day.

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Our glorious groundwater! Simple steps to help care for our precious aquifer

Get involved with World Water Day by becoming a “groundwater guardian”, and help care for the precious aquifer that gives us all clean water to drink and enjoy.

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Leading-edge farm trials show early promise for protecting groundwater and environment

New and innovative farming methods that build resilience to climate change and protect a precious aquifer are being trialled by TAP.

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Adur and Ouse Catchment Partnership launch new website

Gareth Williams of the Environment Agency introduces the work of the Adur and Ouse Catchment Partnership.

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SuDS to Safeguard Groundwater

With ecosystem services now being a core element of the Local Plan, Susie Howells, TAP’s Partnership Development Manager, looks at the emerging benefits of sustainable drainage – using plant power to help naturally cleanse polluted water.

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Groundwater Home School

Bring groundwater to life with unique and fun activities – making an edible aquifer, creating a wearable water cycle or sketching out a stygiobite!

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Next World Water Day – 22nd March 2021

Read more Everyone has a role to play. Sunday, 8 March 2020

Let’s champion the importance of soil

Aimee Felus, who manages The Aquifer Partnership project, marks World Soil Day on 5 December by digging deeper into why soil is so important.

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Southern Water Pesticide Amnesty

Southern Water is launching a pesticide amnesty today on the Brighton and Worthing Chalk Blocks.

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Soil and Nutrient Workshop

Thirty five farmers, land managers and environmental specialists came together to learn about the links between good soil health and crop yields.

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Trialling innovative farming methods with The Aquifer Partnership farms

The water stored in the chalk around Brighton is a resource, supplying drinking water to the residents and businesses of Brighton and Hove.

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