As climate conditions continue to change the sustainable management of water on farm is of great concern for many land managers around Scotland. From unprecedented wet weather to drought conditions, farms need to become resilient to ensure that they can try to minimise the impact of these changing weather patterns on land.
A catchment is an area of land drained by a river and its tributaries. The natural movement of water throughout a catchment is ultimately impacted by topography, however, centuries of land use and land management have modified the natural flow of water. Click download to read this practical guide on catchment management.
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