French stream to the Wolds to talk the chalk
INNOVATIVE ideas for protecting the Lincolnshire Wolds and its rare chalk streams are to be shared across nations.
French partners are to visit the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the invite of their Lincolnshire-based counterparts, the Lindsey Action Zone and the Lincolnshire Chalk Stream Project.
They will discuss ideas for water and environmental land management, tourism and promotion of local produce.
Lindsey Action Zone is an EU-RDPE-funded programme which attracted £2m to Lincolnshire.
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It aims to encourage sustainable development that enhances the rural economy, community and landscapes, particularly in the areas of the Lincolnshire Wolds and rural market towns including Louth, Horncastle, Market Rasen, Caistor and Spilsby.
The joint project will help both French and English partners work towards targets in the European Water Framework Directive, which sets out improvements in water quality in water courses and habitats.
Judy Bell, local action group manager, Lindsey Action Zone, said: "We're hopeful that our reciprocal visits with the French Local Action Group will result in the development of more projects on an exciting range of issues.
As well as looking at water conservation we want to share ideas on promotion of local produce, celebrating localness, and developing opportunities for exchange visits for agriculture students."
The visit on Wednesday, October 9 and Thursday ,October 10 follows a similar exchange trip this year, when members and partners of Lindsey Action Zone and the Lincolnshire Chalk Stream Project went to Normandy.