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People, Ponds and Water
For the last three years we've been running the People, Ponds and Water project to monitor, manage and protect freshwater wildlife. Last weekend, we marked the end of the project and celebrated the achievements that 15,000+ people helped us accomplish, through three overlapping project elements.

We've published a summary report with the headlines from PondNet, the Clean Water for Wildlife survey, and our work with Flagship Ponds. The report is available to download from our website...
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We will soon be publishing a full report of we learnt about the state of pond nature. We'll share that report with you via this newsletter.

This is a key moment in the 30 year history of Freshwater Habitats Trust. We will use the evidence from the People, Ponds and Water project to inform policy and action, and focus efforts where we can make the biggest difference for freshwater wildlife.
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