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Quarry Restoration

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Visitors to Blott's Pit

Lafarge Tarmac donation secures Nottinghamshire wetland wildlife habitat for future generations

Leaders from industry, conservation and European Parliament to address final RESTORE project conference

RESTORE visit quarries in Cambridgeshire & Bedfordshire
24 February 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

International conservation partners see nature returning at quarries in Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire

Medway Nature Reserve
24 February 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

Restoration project to create 11.5 acres of wildlife habitat and local community amenities

NAM visit to Dorset
04 December 2014 | Safety, Health & Environment

Stakeholders consider landscape-scale conservation potential through minerals restoration

02 December 2014 | Safety, Health & Environment

Working together for nature delivers some outstanding results for biodiversity and the natural environment

Carolyn Jewell
07 October 2014 | Safety, Health & Environment

NAM programme manager speaks at Society for Ecological Restoration’s European Conference in Finland

Mainshill surface mine
18 September 2014 | Quarrying

Mines Restoration Ltd award Banks Mining maintenance contract for Mainshill surface mine project

RESTORE conference

Dortmund conference highlights mineral site restoration's potential for delivering public benefits

Threshfield Quarry

2014 best-practice demonstration events programme gets under way with visit to Threshfield Quarry

Langford reeds (photo: RSPB)

Lafarge Tarmac and the RSPB open up visitor access to Langford Lowfields for the first time

Nesting raft at Whitesands Quarry

Junior Rangers and RNLI team up to create new nesting raft at Lafarge Tarmac’s Whitesands Quarry

Nature After Minerals launches restoration demonstration events programme under RESTORE

24 April 2014 | Quarrying

Company installing crushed rock eco-lining to hold pulverized fuel ash from Aberthaw power station

New approach could move partnership with nature to new level and influence local decision-making