View from the riverbank: Natural flood management in the Pennines

Date: Thursday 22 April | 6.30-7.15pm | virtual talk via Zoom

trees planted on a hillside

Join Dr. Jenny Garbe, our Natural Flood Management Project Manager for a closer look at the work we’re doing in partnership with North Pennines AONB Landscape Partnership on the fellsides of the Pennines.

Find out more about natural flood management and the features we’ve installed on the fells. Covering leaky dams, tree and hedge planting, discover how they all contribute to reducing the risk of flooding to Eden’s Communities at Risk.

Hear about how we’ve worked with a farmer in Croglin to devise a plan that makes sense for this working farm landscape, with solutions that are beneficial/no loss for the farm business.

Jenny’s talk will be followed by a Q&A session where you can ask her your burning questions about natural flood management!


How to book your place

You will need to register in advance via Zoom to book your place. Once you have registered, you will be sent a confirmation email with the details of how to log in. If you have any problems, please contact us at

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This is the second in a series of three “View from the riverbank” virtual talks we’re hosting via Zoom this spring, covering three areas close to our hearts – river restoration, natural flood management and the eradication of invasive non-native species. Check out the things to do web page to book your place on our other talks.