Originally set up as an extension to our farming business, 14 years ago we acknowledged the value in offering a service dedicated to improving the health of our waterways and the environments surrounding them. 
We now work in partnership with some of the most influential bodies within the industry, recognised for our reputation and capabilities in working with chalk streams and rivers across the south of the United Kingdom.  

51+ years experience

working with land, habitats and our environments

We believe in working WITH nature to support our forever changing environment

Over the last 14 years we’ve grown our small but passionate team in response to our diverse client needs. From Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Special Areas of Conservation (SAC), through to private estates and riparian work, we pride ourselves in our approach, ensuring minimal impact on the ecosystem and adjoining sites through good education, design, operation and delivery. We believe in delivering quality and innovative natural solutions that best fit the requirements of both the site and our client, and our experienced and knowledgeable team is at the heart of delivering that. 

Our team

We have a small but dedicated team of full time staff, as well as access to flexible resource to allow us to scale up and down as and when required. This means that whatever the size of your project we have the man power to deliver a timely and quality output. 

Knowledgeable and passionate

Our team comes from a variety of backgrounds, which means we have a wealth of knowledge and experience in different areas of land and waterway management. From agricultural farming, arable, landscaping, tree surgery, fishery management, river restoration and habitat creation, our experience has all added to our service provision and breadth of skillsets we’re able to bring to each project.

This experience has contributed to us developing a solar powered drinker 15 years ago. The innovative solution was originally developed to resolve our own obstacle in keeping livestock and waterways separate. It is now provided to countries across the world, as far as Chile and Australia, through our partnership with Hotline.