Welcome to theSussex Biodiversity PartnershipWebsite

This website is the gateway to biodiversity information in Sussex. Have a look around for:

  • Information about the Sussex Biodiversity Action Plan
  • Information about ongoing biodiversity projects
  • Biodiversity news from around the region and the UK
  • Links to organisations working for nature conservation in Sussex

The website will be regularly updated so be sure to come back soon.

Recent News

26 October 2011

A prickly Armageddon?

Michael Blencowe, Community Wildlife Officer at Sussex Wildlife Trust is calling for people to take part in a spiky, snuffling survey.

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12 October 2011

A healthy natural environment for Chailey Heritage

Sussex Community NHS Trust has started work at Chailey Heritage in East Sussex, aiming to restore the Westfield area of the site back to a natural heathland habitat.

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07 June 2011

Natural Environment White Paper Published

England’s natural environment will be better protected, restored and improved under ambitious new plans published by Defra today.

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From the Action Plan

Eutrophic Standing Waters

Woods Mill lake

Eutrophic standing waters are highly productive because plant nutrients are plentiful, either naturally or as a result of artificial enrichment. These waters are characterised by having dense, long-term populations of algae in mid-summer and their beds are coverd by dark anaerobic mud, rich in organic matter.

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