Across the country, partnerships have come together to create visions for their local wetlands for the benefit of people, wildlife and the historic environment. These local visions are incredibly important, turning the Wetland Vision into reality. The development of local visions is patchy across the country and at various stages of development. Each project uses different approaches to reach their objectives.
The Wetland Vision supports and promotes local visions, offering a network of information on some of the best ways in which to create and enhance wetlands through the initial development of an area based vision. We are actively updating our local visions data and hope to expand our understanding about them in the future.
Wetland Visions Map
In order to see the details of a selection of local wetland visions, hover over and click on the points on the map.
Local Visions are particularly inspirational and have aspects we'd like to advocate as best practice. There are many more not currently displayed. For more information on a wider list of local visions going on across England, click on the link below
For more information on case studies, local datasets and Frequently Asked Questions, see the Local Visions Guidance on our Downloads page.
The Great Fen Project
The Great Fen is creating a restored fenland landscape of 3,700 hectares providing a rich variety of habitats for people and wildlife now and in the future, linking and protecting the two national Nature Reserves of Woodwalton Fen and Holme Fen.
Environment Agency, Huntingdonshire District Council, Middle Level Commissioners, Natural England, and The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Peterborough.
Kate Carver Great Fen Project Manager 01954 713513. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Address:- The Wildlife Trust, The Manor House, Broad Street, Great Cambourne, Cambridgeshire, CB3 6DH