Sullied Sediments: People in Focus

The video below introduces Els Ryken from VMM and Tim Charlson from Pocklington Canal Amenity Society, both of whom are actively involved in the Sullied Sediments project.

Els works for the Flanders Environment Agency as a water quality expert. A trained biologist, Els speaks passionately about the health of our waterways and why it needs to be improved for the benefit of wildlife, people and our communities.

Tim is the projects most dedicated citizen science volunteer. He talks about his concern for the state of the environment and what we are passing on to future generations and explains why he decided to get involved in the project.

2021-01-25T12:07:22+00:00January 25th, 2021|Categories: Blog|0 Comments