Check out these resources for more information on TAP, the aquifer and our groundwater, and information about how you can help to protect it.
TAP at a glance!
Keeping Greenkeeping Green
Simon Wells of Pyecombe Golf Club, just outside Brighton, talks about managing the course with groundwater in mind.
Top Tips for Groundwater!
Here are ten top tips to help gardeners and householders reduce groundwater pollution.
SuDS Not Floods!
A great video from the South East Rivers Trust, part of their SuDS in Sutton’s Schools project, showing the amazing benefits that SuDS can bring.
Our Aquifer at Risk
Take a look at how our aquifer can become polluted with these everyday activities. Make sure you’re a groundwater guardian!
How Our Aquifer Works
Check out the first of our new aquifer illustrations and find out how our Brighton chalk aquifer works. Thanks to artist Gwyn Williamson for this fun illustration.
Regenerative Grazing at Saddlescombe Farm
It’s National Farmhouse Breakfast Week, and Molly Puzey tells us about the regenerative grazing programme at Saddlescombe Farm. TAP has supported this project by helping with soil testing to monitor how soil health changes over the years, and also buying herbal ley seeds, to establish new fields of varied plants. Great for wildlife, great for livestock, and they look beautiful too!
Paythorne Farm Trial Case Study
Paythorne Farm is hosting TAP’s foliar nitrogen fertiliser trial.
Bevendean Farm Trial Case Study
Bevendean Farm is hosting TAP’s nitrogen fertiliser reduction trial.
Saddlescombe Farm Case Study
The Aquifer Partnership is supporting Saddlescombe Farm’s move towards regenerative agriculture.
How to make an edible aquifer
Watch Aimee Felus of The Aquifer Partnership (TAP) make an edible aquifer. See how what we do on the land affects our aquifer, and why we need to safeguard our groundwater.
Nitrate Reduction in Brighton Chalk (Exec. Summary)
Literature review and FARMSCOPER modelling on measures to reduce nitrate losses to the Brighton Chalk block