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Kate Foster asked me to post the following:
With Working the Tweed, we have spaces left on an interesting Riverside Meeting Friday 30th August. Â It is on the site of a river restoration project, re-meandering a the Eddleston Water as part of a Natural Flood Management scheme. The presenters are very knowledgeable and linked to national research on natural flood management and sustainable land use strategy.
This link gives full details: http://workingthetweed.co.uk/riverside-meetings/
Interested folk should respond to Claire PenÃ§ak on email@example.com
For background on the project Kate suggests readingÂ http://workingthetweed.co.uk/2013/08/22/on-passing-through-places-so-far-stories-and-movement-improvisation/
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