On the road – a distant view of Walshaw Moor

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  1. Greenfly says:

    As far as I understand it, the break of slope is the most important place for slowing the flow of water off a moor. It is in this zone that rough, dense vegetation (mosses, heathers, trees and shrubs) is most valuable in slowing the rate that water comes off the plateau.

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  2. Ros berrington says:

    As Walshaw Estate has not signed up to Natural England's voluntary no burning policy,we expect to see more of this. The good news is a lot more people are keeping an eye on what is happening on the Walshaw Estate.

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