A row has broken out between farmers and conservationists over flood defences in the Lyth Valley in South Cumbria.
The Environment Agency is due to switch off four pumps, which keep the land drained, and farmers and landowners are keen to find a way to run the system themselves.
But conservationists argue that continual drainage will lead to more wildlife being lost.
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