The Ouse Valley Link Project was part of a national Habitat Restoration Project. The aim of the project was to investigate ways of the biodiversity of wildlife in our countryside. The project would focus on reversing the effects of habitat fragmentation using existing Environmental Land Management Schemes (ELMS) such as Countryside Stewardship. The benefits to wildlife were to be monitored over a ten year period. The Ouse Valley Link Project developed proposals made by the Milton Keynes Wildlife Corridor Project and put them into action. The trial area was based on the River Great Ouse between Beachampton and Lavendon in north Buckinghamshire, with a small part of the project area in south Northamptonshire.
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