The counties of Norfolk and Suffolk have a wonderful and diverse geology and natural environment, rich in history and habitats. Features range from great swathes of wetlands and heathlands to the striking coastal habitats and marine sites, ancient wood pasture and forests, river valleys and estuaries. They are complemented by the deeply rural nature of our agricultural landscapes. Partnerships for Nature Recovery are at the heart of everything we do. We work with a wide range of partners and stakeholders, including our Designated Landscape partners, Local Authorities, Water Resource East, The Forestry Commission, Environment Agency, Wildlife Trusts, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, major landowners, farmers and our local communities. We want to help support flourishing landsca

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