H2O Source2Sea Project Final Event

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H2O Source2Sea Project Final Event

European Project

2-3 of February

Online and presential

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Over the last four years, four organisations on each side of the Channel – Kent Wildlife Trust, Kent County Council, Centre Permanent d’Initiatives pour l’Environnement (CPIE) Vallées de l’Authie et de la Canche and Nausicaá National Sea Centre– have teamed up through the H2O :Source2Sea project, funded by the Interreg France-Channel-England programme of the European Union.

Together they have worked to find sustainable solutions to climate change, improve water management and quality from the source to the sea, protect the coastal and transitional water ecosystems and enhance the attractiveness of territories within the France-Channel-England area.

This event is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the work of the H2O: Source2Sea project.

Over two days participants will:

  • Learn about case studies of nature-based solutions pilots including buffalo, beaver, leaky dams and hedgerows
  • Take part in a science fair to discover tools and materials created through the project
  • Visit farmland to see nature-based solutions in action


DAY 1 (February 2nd) at Nausicaá

11:00-13:00 CET: Conference (also available online)

14:30-16:00 CET: Science fair


DAY 2 (February 3rd) at CPIE Vallées de l’Authie et de la Canche

10:00-12:30: Field trip to visit farmland in the Authie catchment with demonstration sites of nature-based solutions built by the CPIE Vallées de l’Authie et de la Canche)

Practical information