Aux Armes, Geoconservationist!

A local geological Site of Special Scientific Interest has seen some very active geoconservation by NE Yorkshire Geology Trust members in the last few weeks. Massive brambles, nettles, hawthorn bushes, fallen trees and piles of unnamed weeds awaited us and that’s just the vegetation!

We have made big progress, taken a few well-deserved breaks and will meet up again soon for more hard work. So far, we’ve been lucky with the weather and the impact of our work is so obvious - it’s immensely rewarding. We’ll soon get to see some geology!

Come and make a difference as part of our project “Making the most of Geodiversity in Aggregate Quarries” funded by DEFRA’s Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund administered by Natural England!