RSPB England updates us on the campaign to stop a solar power station on an important wildlife site in Kent …
Time is running out for us all to save an un-spoilt landscape in North East Kent from being completely destroyed. The proposed Cleve Hill Solar Power Station would see a vast industrialised power station built on Graveney Marshes, close to the ancient town of Faversham. The Marshes are an area of diverse wildlife and flora, a precious haven for over 300 species of wildlife including protected species such as the marsh harrier, lapwing, skylark, Brent geese and the European eel – classed as Critically Endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Read the blog post from RSPB England here
Photo by Vincent van Zalinge