BBC Countryfile Magazine

JOHN CRAVEN

Pet owners need to know they’re not causing destruction

These are worrying times for our waterways. Across the length and breadth of England, rivers, lakes and streams are polluted by a filthy mixture of sewage, chemical discharges and agricultural run-off. A measly 16% of them are rated as being of a good ecological

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