An organisation that's been restoring Glasson Moss on the Solway coast is appealing for volunteers.
The Solway Wetlands Landscape Partnership are teaching people about the importance of bog land - and are calling for others to help teach.
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As we lose the mires, one of the things that happens is that they're a fantastic carbon store. So in terms of global warming, these are really important environments as part of our efforts to reduce global warming."
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Householders on Harbour Road in Eyemouth are being urged to put flood defences in place ahead of predicted coastal flooding this afternoon.
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Two main roads in the Scottish Borders have been closed by snow this morning.
Scottish Borders Council say the A699 route from Selkirk to St Boswells and the A708 between Selkirk and Moffat are shut.
Seven schools in Dumfries and Galloway have re-opened today after yesterday's snow and ice.
Wallace Hall Academy
Wallace Hall Primary
The A66 road across the Pennines has been closed because of snow and ice.
Cumbria Police says it has shut the snow gates near the County Durham border, closing the road in both directions. It will affect people trying to travel between Penrith and Scotch Corner.
Two schools in Dumfries and Galloway remain closed for a second day because of snow and ice.
They are Wallace Hall Academy and Wallace Hall Primary School in Thornhill.
An ice warning is in force across the Scottish Borders today, with drivers being advised to take extra care.
Several inches of snow fell across the region yesterday.
Scottish Borders Council says low overnight temperatures and more snow will have created widespread icy conditions on untreated routes.
Snow blizzards struck Dumfries and Galloway today, causing travel chaos on the roads and forcing many schools to close.
The snow is expected to continue until around midnight tonight.
The first snowfall of 2017 has landed in the Scottish Borders.
A yellow warning of wind, ice and snow is in place across the Borders.