Collectively the Marches Mosses form the third-largest lowland raised peatbog in the UK
They are one of the rarest habitats on earth – over 96% have been destroyed.
Shropshire Wildlife Trust, Natural England and Natural Resources Wales have restored 665ha of the Marches Mosses and their edge habitat (also known as ‘lagg’) to transition them towards healthy functioning eco-systems again.
In this video, we take you behind the scenes of the BogLIFE project and explain how the area was restored.
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