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Complex and Dynamic Implementation Processes: The by Bressers, Hans; de Boer, Cheryl

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In such land reconstruction areas (Owens 2010) the relation between agriculture, nature etc. has been reconsidered. In contrast to old land reconsolidations it is not only a matter of increasing agricultural efficiency and the separation of functions. Controlled multifunctionality is specifically striven for in large areas. In this map the brownish parts are such ―weaving‖ areas. In the green areas agriculture is to be ―extensified‖ (it is allowed to produce less output per ha) in order to create more room for nature and water as well as other possible functions.

Our case, the Regge River, is the most important river in the western part of the Twente region. Numerous smaller rivers and creeks flow into this river. In the periods 18481879, 1894-1913 and 1925-1935 the Regge suffered from piecemeal canalization efforts. This was done mainly to facilitate shipping and agriculture, although the shipping industry has long since died out. It resulted in the situation where nearly all of the meanders were cut from the river. g. dredging). In the context of the Water Framework Directive all waters contained within this watershed are consequently labelled as ‗strongly modified‘.

The small projects that were realized in the beginning were essential to get the ball rolling, even though they took much effort, because there was no other way of doing it. The bigger programs enable these small successes to spread to other areas. The Regge Vision has improved the reputation of the Waterboard as being an ally to nature. Previously they had a poor reputation for only pursuing traditionally developed water projects. The positive results in terms of water quality improvement in the Regge are already being seen due to this new approach.

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