Chichester Harbour on the south coast of the UK is a busy port that attracts many overseas visitors, not only of the human kind, but for the flocks of migrating birds this is a winter stop-over , so what happens here can affect other parts of the world quite literally . The award of £1.27 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund means that they can launch many conservation-related projects.. like a solar-powered floating classroom.
This thriving port with its busy marinas has managed to integrate vast amounts of tourists with its important conservation work... and others in Europe have followed their model. Philip Couchman, who delights in the title of 'Manager of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' explains to Steve Lewis how commerce & conservation can go hand-in-hand. Uploaded 3 years ago -
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