Harvesting Cotton Grass
Harvesting Cotton Grass

Cotton Grass weaves together the structure of the peat bog. It’s one of the vital species that ensure the survival of this delicate habitat. Here, volunteers are collecting seed heads from an abundance of plants.

Tens of thousands of individual seeds will be potted, tended and grown on before being planted onto restored moorland where sheep and erosion have decimated cotton grass population.

Tree Climbing
Tree Climbing

Cotton Grass weaves together the structure of the peat bog. It’s one of the vital species that ensure the survival of this delicate habitat. Here, volunteers are collecting seed heads from an abundance of plants.

Tens of thousands of individual seeds will be potted, tended and grown on before being planted onto restored moorland where sheep and erosion have decimated cotton grass population.

Empty Reservoirs
Empty Reservoirs

Cotton Grass weaves together the structure of the peat bog. It’s one of the vital species that ensure the survival of this delicate habitat. Here, volunteers are collecting seed heads from an abundance of plants.

Tens of thousands of individual seeds will be potted, tended and grown on before being planted onto restored moorland where sheep and erosion have decimated cotton grass population.

Milking a goat
Milking a goat

Cotton Grass weaves together the structure of the peat bog. It’s one of the vital species that ensure the survival of this delicate habitat. Here, volunteers are collecting seed heads from an abundance of plants.

Tens of thousands of individual seeds will be potted, tended and grown on before being planted onto restored moorland where sheep and erosion have decimated cotton grass population.

White Moss
White Moss

One of hundreds of shots taken recently to illustrate the beauty of the Windermere catchment area. Windermere Reflections have commissioned me to produce a slideshow to help engage visitors with the deeper stories of the area.

I’m finding out that there’s much more to the area than pleasure craft, busy car parks and angry swans!

Elterwater Rain
Elterwater Rain

Cotton Grass weaves together the structure of the peat bog. It’s one of the vital species that ensure the survival of this delicate habitat. Here, volunteers are collecting seed heads from an abundance of plants.

Tens of thousands of individual seeds will be potted, tended and grown on before being planted onto restored moorland where sheep and erosion have decimated cotton grass population.

Slide 11
Slide 11
Organic Freerange Pork
Organic Freerange Pork

Cotton Grass weaves together the structure of the peat bog. It’s one of the vital species that ensure the survival of this delicate habitat. Here, volunteers are collecting seed heads from an abundance of plants.

Tens of thousands of individual seeds will be potted, tended and grown on before being planted onto restored moorland where sheep and erosion have decimated cotton grass population.