Relevant case studies are presented in the State of Nature in Oxfordshire 2017 report. These reflect the breadth of work that is underway across the county to protect, improve and connect our wildlife. They include examples large and small, from businesses and conservation organisations to community groups and doctors’ surgeries. They’re intended to inspire and give confidence, so more people are inspired to take action for nature in the county.
The highlights report restricts case studies to one per habitat type, whereas multiple studies are contained within the full report. These are set out below as individual PDFs to download, and we welcome more examples to share here and inspire more action for nature in Oxfordshire.
- Freshwater and Wetlands – Restoration of a tufa-forming valley-head alkaline spring fen
- Freshwater and Wetlands – Water Vole Recovery Project
- Freshwater and Wetlands – Gill Mill
- Semi – Natural Grasslands – Breeding Waders in the Upper Thames River Valleys
- Agricultural Land – Bothy Vineyard
- Agricultural Land – Oxey Meads