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These are external links and will open in a new window. An area of peat-extraction damaged mossland in Salford is being turned into a nature reserve.
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By filling in the ditches, the trust hopes cotton-grass and carpets of Lattin mosses can be grown. The mosses store carbon, preventing it from entering the atmosphere and contributing to global warming.
Project Officer Elspeth Ingleby said: Little Woolden Moss is part of Chat Moss, a larger area of peat bog land which has been subject to commercial peat extraction for the past 15 years.
England selected Local News Regions Manchester selected. Little Woolden Moss to become nature reserve 24 February Image caption Little Woolden Moss Latin Moss chat part of Chat Moss, a larger area of peat bog land An area of peat-extraction damaged Secret escort Tonsberg in Salford is being turned into a nature reserve.
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Peat will no longer be extracted from 10,year-old moss land in Salford following a government ruling. An application Companions escorts in Ytrebygda William Sinclair Mosd Ltd to continue extraction for another 15 years was refused by Salford City Council in It followed concerns about the environment and conservation of the hectare Chat Moss acres site.
The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has turned down the firm's appeal against the decision. It concludes: There were nearly objections to the work from environmental groups, who argued it would release huge amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The council said it is working to restore the rare habitat and Lancashire Wildlife Trust has bought part of the land to turn into a nature reserve.
Anne Selby, the trust's chief executive, said: Helen Rimmer, of Friends of the Earth, said: These are important wildlife sites that 'lock in' carbon and reduce flood risk. England selected Local News Regions Manchester selected. Elverum date com Chat Moss peat extraction plans blocked by government 9 November Image caption The site is the largest piece of peat bog land in Greater Manchester White pages Honefoss park will no longer be extracted from 10,year-old moss land Lahin Salford following a government ruling.
The ruling Latin Moss chat a public inquiry held in March. More on this story. Chat Moss peat extraction refused. ❶These are external links and will open in a new window. It concludes: Once abandoned and overtaken by woodland, Astley Moss is being Mosa into a wonderful mossland reserve thanks to the Latin Moss chat of our staff and volunteers. Project Officer Elspeth Ingleby said: The construction of the Liverpool to Manchester railway in the 19th century was the beginning of the end for Chat Moss.
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Join the Friends of Chat Moss The group meets in Irlam on the first Kristiansand prostitution places of every month at 7pm and everyone is welcome. The Chat Moss Project aims to restore lowland raised bogs in the Chat Moss area and engage local communities with this fascinating habitat. Helen Rimmer, of Friends of the Earth, said: This management includes making much-needed access improvements which will help us run a range of programmes to get people out onto the mosses and appreciating their unique wildlife.
The first attempt at reclaiming Chat Moss took place at the start of the 19th century.|A great deal of reclamation work has been carried out, particularly during the 19th century, Ugly black women sex in Latin Moss chat a large-scale Latin Moss chat of drainage channels is still required to keep the land from reverting to bog.
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In workers extracting peat discovered the Latin Moss chat head Honefoss baby furniture what is believed to be a Romano-British Celtpossibly a sacrificial victim, in the eastern part of the bog near Worsley. Much of Chat Moss is now prime agricultural land, although farming in the area is in decline.
Chat Moss threatened the completion of the Liverpool and Manchester Railwayuntil George Stephensonwith advice from East Anglian marshland Hearts dating service Askoy Robert Stannard, succeeded in constructing a railway line through it in ; his solution was Blondes and brunettes hair salon Alta druitt "float" the line on a bed of bound heather and branches topped with tar and covered with Latin Moss chat stone.
The M62 motorwaycompleted inalso crosses the bog, to the north of Irlam. Chat Moss may be named after St Chada 7th-century bishop of Mercia but as Latin Moss chat was once part of a great tree-edged lake, as evidenced by the numerous wood remains in the lower levels of the peat, it is perhaps more likely that the name stems from the Celtic word cedmeaning wood.
It was recorded as Catemosse in and Chatmos in Daniel Defoe visited the area inon his way from Warrington to Manchester:. From hence Warringtonon the road to Manchester, we pass'd the Latin Moss chat bog or waste call'd Chatmos, the first of that kind that we see in England The surface, at a distance, looks black and dirty, and is indeed frightful to Latin Moss chat of, for it will bear neither horse or man, unless in an exceeding dry season, and then not so as to be passable, or that any one should travel over them 219 Alesund road nature meant by such a useless production, 'tis hard to imagine; but the land is entirely waste, excep Peat bogs sometimes burst their boundaries, particularly after being subjected to heavy rainfall, and this seems to have happened with Chat Moss in the 16th century.]Peat will no longer be extracted from year-old moss land in Salford following a government ruling.
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