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Alverstone Marsh Restoration

Much of Alverstone Marsh is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). This recognises it as being of national importance for its geology and biodiversity. Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust staff and volunteers have been working to clear willow and alder scrub to improve the condition of rare fen habitat in the SSSI and to restore it as a functioning floodplain of the River Yar.