Sabine McEwan Sabine joined FWAG in 2014 as a Resource Protection Adviser. She offers farm advice on natural flood management, soil management, diffuse pollution issues, regulation compliance and agri-environment schemes. She is mostly working on the Hills to Levels approach in Somerset, but is also delivering Mid-Tier Countryside Stewardship workshops in South Devon. Sabine is coordinating the Multiple Benefits Project, which is part of the Hills to Levels approach and involves holistic catchment management. Sabine gained extensive experience with monitoring throughout her PhD, when she was researching the effects of different grassland management on soil and water quality with the University of Exeter and Rothamsted Research (North Wyke Farm Platform).