What we do Catchment partnerships Living Landscapes (Cotswold Rivers) Waterbodies covered Coln (Source to Coln Rogers) Coln (from Coln Rogers) and Thames (Coln to Leach) Implementation of deflectors, faggots and other wooden silt traps to recreate lost meanders of the River Coln. Work has taken place between Fossebridge and Bibury to re-create habitats that were lost during channel modifications for the old water meadows. The project aims to diversify the habitat by changing water flow speed, deposition rates and increase bankside vegetation. This will help promote biodiversity, alongside helping the existing populations of water voles, otters and kingfishers. This project is led by the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust. To read more about this project, please click here. This project is part of a nationwide Living Landscape project. For more information, please click here. To read more about the various projects within the Upper Thames Catchment Partnership, click here.