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Culm Grassland Natural Flood Management Project

Closing date: Friday 23rd March 2018

Location: North Devon

We are seeking a specialist botanical surveyor for a three year contract on grassland monitoring in north Devon.

The contract will deliver the specialist botanical monitoring required for all wet grassland creation sites achieved through the Culm Grassland Natural Flood Management Project during the summers of 2018, 2019 and 2020. Sites will be within the Tamar, Torridge and Taw river catchments within the Culm National Character Area.

This contract forms part of an exciting project investigating the flood risk and other benefits of Culm grassland (purple moor grass and rush pasture). The project is a partnership between Devon Wildlife Trust, Environment Agency, Devon County Council and Exeter University, with funding from all partners and Interreg 2 Seas (European Union).

Details of the contract and background are given in the attached documents. Applications should be received by no later than 5pm on Friday 23rd March.

For a discussion about this opportunity, please contact Lisa Schneidau, NIA Project Manager, on 01409 221823 or lschneidau@devonwildlifetrust.org.
 

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culm_grassland_natural_flood_management_project_monitoring_proforma_for_responses_feb_18_final.doc723 KB
culm_grassland_natural_flood_management_project_habitat_creation_monitoring_contractors_brief_feb_18_final.pdf428.46 KB
grassland_creation_monitoring_methodology.pdf324.51 KB
appendix_1_-_level_1_survey_recording_form.pdf188.03 KB
appendix_2_-_level_1_survey_assessment_form.pdf65.43 KB
appendix_3_-_generating_random_points_for_fixed_quadrats.pdf111.2 KB
appendix_4_-_level_2_survey_recording_form.pdf244.07 KB

Contact details:

For a discussion about this opportunity, please contact Lisa Schneidau, NIA Project Manager, on 01409 221823 or lschneidau@devonwildlifetrust.org.