Professional Wetland Services

Wetland Creation & Restoration

Landmarc's team is experienced in creating countless, functioning wetlands throughout the UK. Wetlands are a great way to encourage new wildlife.

Professional Wetland Services

Wetland Creation & Restoration

Landmarc's team is experienced in creating countless, functioning wetlands throughout the UK. Wetlands are a great way to encourage new wildlife.

Did you know that wetlands can play an essential part in phosphate mitigation? This is because of the variety of plants found in wetlands that can filter out the phosphate. This not only helps the wetland site but other areas downstream.

Many people think that the only purpose of a wetland is to provide flood control for their area. However, wetlands also provide an important environment for a variety of wildlife. Including a number of endangered species. They provide great habitats and excellent feeding opportunities. This is especially true during the winter months.

Wetland Creation

Wetlands provide many important services, including water filtration, flood control, and erosion control. Wetlands also help to purify water by removing pollutants and excess nutrients. This is important because it helps to protect water resources and keep our waterways clean. Wetlands also play a critical role in flood control. This is by slowing the flow of water and reducing the amount of damage that floods can cause. Wetlands can also help to prevent erosion, by stabilizing the soil. This process prevents the soil from being washed away.

Landmarc is able to provide consultation, design, and creation services for wetlands of all sizes. Our team has years of experience creating wetlands that provide important ecological benefits. We can help you choose the right location for your wetland, and design a system that meets your specific needs.

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The Advantages Of Pond & Wetland Creation

  • Increase Biodiversity
  • Great For Phosphate Mitigation
  • Creation Of New Wildlife Habitats
  • Provides Protection From Floods
  • Ecologically Beneficial
  • Absorbs Vast Amounts Of Carbon
  • Encourage Native Species
  • Erosion Control
  • Positive Water Supply Impact
  • Improved Water Quality

Using Wildlife Mitigation Products To Shape A Wetland

In order to shape a wetland, many wildlife mitigation products can be used. These products are important to consider when starting a wetland project. They can help to control the water level, create channels, and provide a habitat for wetland species. One common product used to shape wetlands is a water control structure. This structure can be used to regulate the water level in a wetland. It can help to create or maintain a desired habitat condition. These features can be used alongside habitat management fencing. They provide habitats for wetland species and keep a variety of wildlife safe from areas outside the wetland site.

Wildlife mitigation products such as fencing can also be used during the construction phase of the wetland site. For example, a specialist type of wildlife fencing, known as semi-permanent newt fencing, can be used. This temporarily contains newts, frogs, and other small wildlife. This barrier serves as protection from the heavy machinery used during construction works.

Why Do Wetlands Help With Phosphate Mitigation

Wetlands are an important part of the environment, and they play a crucial role in phosphate mitigation. Phosphate is a mineral that is essential for plant growth. However, it can also be a pollutant when it is present in high levels of water. Wetlands help to reduce the levels of phosphate in water. They do this by acting as a water treatment system to filter out the phosphate. This helps to protect the environment and to keep the water clean.

Wetlands and large pond sites have a lot of plants and soil. These plants are the means by which the phosphate is filtered out of the water. The soil also helps to filter out the phosphate, and it can store the water to further reduce the levels of phosphate. This is beneficial for the site that the wetland is constructed on and benefits downstream waterways.

How Wetlands Benefit Habitat Management

A properly constructed wetland site can provide many benefits for habitat management. It also benefits new wildlife habitat installations. Some of these benefits include improving water quality and providing flood control. Other benefits include increasing wildlife diversity. One of the most important benefits of wetlands is their ability to improve water quality. They do this by acting as a natural filter and removing pollutants from the water. This also helps to protect habitats that are downstream from pollution.

Wetland creation continues to provide important shelter for a wide variety of bird habitats. This includes a number of endangered species. When constructing or restoring a wetland site it is important that a variety of habitats are managed. For example, wildlife habitat management needs to be considered when wildfowl are present. This is because they need winter flooding to provide feeding freedom and make secure sites for roosting. It is also important to have large shallower areas. These shallower areas will cater for species such as geese who are surface feeders.

  • Improve Water Quality
  • Increased Wildlife Diversity
  • Acts As A Natural Filter
  • Removes Pollutants
  • Protects Habitats Downstream
  • Provide Flood Control
  • Provides Shelter For Wildlife
  • Secure Habitat For Roosting
  • Winter Feeding Opportunities
  • New Habitat Installation

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