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Latest News from the Humber

Posted 07 September 2017

The HNP ran a quiz for young people who visited its stall at the Wildlife Day held at Waters' Edge, Barton recently...

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Posted 11 July 2017

Why did the dog cross the Humber? To get to the other side - and to get involved in a FREE fun day out for all like-minded dog lovers. How many dogs can we get across the Bridge in one day? Come and find out on Sunday 3rd September. Bring your friends (and their dogs!) Last year we managed to gather together over a hundred breeds. This year can we do better?

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Posted 08 June 2017

Humber Nature Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of “Investing in Natural Capital: Creating the right environment for economic investment”. This document which sets out Humber Nature Partnership’s view of the importance of natural capital around the Humber and identifies opportunities for investing in it was launched yesterday at a conference organised by Humber Nature Partnership and HCF CATCH.

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Posted 16 March 2017

The Environment Agency and Associated British Ports (ABP) are working in partnership to develop a scheme to provide new, compensatory intertidal habitat at Outstrays, Welwick and Skeffling. As part of this process, the Environment Agency is seeking to determine the interest in groups or organisations to undertake the future management of the Outstrays to Skeffling Managed Realignment site and the opportunity to influence aspects of the design.

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Posted 25 January 2017

The Natural Capital Committee was re-established in 2016 with a mandate to advise the government on the development of its 25 Year Environment Plan and to report on progress towards its delivery. This is the first annual report of the Natural Capital Committee’s second term.

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Posted 15 November 2016

This year's Humber Conference will provide an opportunity to hear about some of the major national and local initiatives that will have an impact around the Humber.

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Posted 04 November 2016

In 2013, the RSPB and Natural England began reviewing a 2006/7 report on high tide bird roosts on the Humber. The aim of the work was to update the original report, which highlighted areas of particular importance for roosting birds. The Final Report is now complete and is available on the Humber Nature Partnership website.

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