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The methodology behind "Natural Flood Risk Management" often feels like common sense, though science is showing just how rigorously it can be tested.
Learn more about Natural Flood Risk Management and how to initiate projects in your catchment.
About High Water Film
Producer Andy Clark is an ecologist and filmmaker who, like many, only became fully aware of the prevalence and severity of flooding as an issue in the UK after the devastating floods of the winter of 2015/2016.
Getting to know more and more people who’s lives had been turned upside down by the floods of that winter, Andy witnessed an inspirational drive in people to do whatever they could to protect themselves and their local environment against the threat of future flooding.
But where do you start when you want to strengthen an entire community’s, or an entire catchment’s resilience to flooding? Andy started producing High Water Common Ground, which has subsequently developed into all of High Water Film, to help people find the answers to those questions.
See more of Andy's work
“I found that people often look to what others have done in similar situations around the country, and try to learn from them.
However, people to learn from aren’t always easy to find, or can be hundreds of miles away working in their own catchments. But there’s no better way to understand something like NFM than seeing it for yourself.
High Water Film brings characterful, first-hand expertise right to your screen, helping connect the people with stories to share with the people who most want - and need - to hear them.”
Contact Producer Andy Clark
If you would like to know more about High Water Films, or have an idea for a feature in the High Water Film Library, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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