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The stretch of the river was straightened in the 1960s by the Forestry Commission.Ms Oakley explained how straightening the river speeds up the flow of water which “rips out gravel and causes over deepening”, which can lead to erosion of riverbanks.Returning the river to its natural course allows for greater diversity of wildlife to exist in the waterway creating deep pools allowing creatures to shelter to rippling fast flowing areas where fish can spawn.The work will also encourage rivers to flood and drop back in their natural cycle, enriching and “interacting” with the area of floodplain around the rivers.Similar work at Rhinefield last year has proved successful.Much of the work has had to be done in the busy summer tourist season, but Ms Oakley explained that was essential: “We need hot weather and low water levels for the ground to be able to cope with the machines.”The work has had its logistical challenges. In order to bring infill material over a kilometre of sensitive lawn habitats, contractors have used a light railway track to minimise pressure on the ground and “make sure our footprint is as light as possible on the forest.”The team have found that even scraping away a little earth revealed the underlying gravel bed marking the former river course.Ms Oakley said: “We’re not designing or inventing, we’re restoring putting the rivers back so the system can look after itself in the future. Nature is the best architect of all.”The work is due to be completed by September or October 2010.