Water, Mills and Marshes will leave a lasting legacy in the Broads’ landscape.
Some mills will have been repaired and local partnerships forged to take on their future management and maintenance, perhaps even with some clever alternate uses.
The management of selected grazing marshes will have been balanced to benefit both the cattle and the visiting birds. Thousands of people will have taken extra steps into their wider, wilder countryside either by building new footpaths or building their confidence.
Training in new skills will be offered to people of all ages for them to carry on the work of the project and inspire others, including our “Young Rangers” programme.
The celebration of our Broads’ heritage and history including boat replicas and an interactive travelling exhibition will continue to be available to educate and encourage people.
Together all these projects will help conserve the breath-taking landscape of the Broads for today as a continuing inspiration for future generations.