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Somerset's State of Nature report 2023

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Restoring Somerset’s nature

With the help of volunteers and the support of over 22,000 members, we look after some of Somerset's most iconic landscapes and special wildlife. We restore, strengthen and connect habitats and green spaces on a landscape scale so nature can recover and thrive in the future. We inspire people and communities to put nature into their everyday life and stand up for the natural environment upon which we all depend.

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Westhay Moor Peatland Restoration

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