Sometimes a change of scenery can make a world of difference. Guest bloggers Sue and Tony share their amazing journey towards a wilder life along a local chalk stream.
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The Cheriton Stream runs through the heart of the village that shares its name. With support from Watercress and Winterbournes, its residents are enhancing the habitat with wildflowers.
Our chalk streams are amazing places to experience nature. The Watercress and Winterbournes partners have been helping the people of Laverstoke and Freefolk to get closer to theirs.
With clean water available at the turn of a tap, it's easy to take this natural resource for granted. But did you know that our water use has a big effect on nature? Join us for a deep dive…
When the weather grows warmer many of us reach for the garden hose, but this demand for water can damage our local chalk streams. Here's our top tips for keeping that garden tap turned off.…
Love that feeling of taking an awesome photo? Our chalk streams are the ideal place to get inspired! Check out our top tips for capturing these vibrant waters on camera.
The clear water and gravelly beds of chalk streams offer fantastic habitat for wildlife. At Stoke, the Watercress and Winterbournes partners have been working to keep them that way.
What is it that makes our chalk streams special? Deep beneath our feet, an ancient behemoth controls the fate of the waters above.
For World Action on Rivers Day we celebrate and explore our chalk streams, some of Hampshire's most special habitats.
Historic structures are important to our chalk stream heritage, but can pose a problem for migrating fish. At Hurstbourne Priors, the Watercress and Winterbournes partners have been getting our…