Low rainfall, blockages and diverted flows have been blamed for sections of a stream drying out in an area famous as Constable Country.
The Environment Agency hopes complicated sleet this weekend will yield adequate H2O to partly re-fill a River Stour, on a limit between Essex and Suffolk.
Debris restraint flows during Bures Mill has stopped boats navigating downstream.
Water from boreholes pumped in to stream channels between Bures and Nayland could urge levels, a group said.
It combined that H2O had been diverted to reservoirs over a past few weeks, though a dump in levels during Bures Mill has been caused by waste underneath a H2O embankment that has blocked flows.
The stream rises in easterly Cambridgeshire and forms many of a limit between Essex and Suffolk, issuing easterly of Haverhill by Sudbury before opening out into an bay during Manningtree and streamer onwards to Harwich Harbour and a North Sea.
Parts of a stream have been immortalised in a paintings of John Constable.
“We’re carefree a multiple of a boreholes we have switched on upstream, pumping additional H2O into a river, and a foresee rain, will boost flows and pull out a blockage,” an Environment Agency orator said.
“If not a staff will need to meddle and this will engage removal partial of a stream that will means intrusion for recreational users by Bures.
“We will continue to guard a conditions and will be promulgation teams out frequently this week to check a areas where fish might turn trapped.
“At benefaction there are no signs of any passed fish or fish in distress.”
A territory of a Stour in Nayland has temporarily run dry, nonetheless H2O is issuing by a Mill Stream, that provides an choice channel for a river.
“We are saying low flows in a series of Suffolk and Essex rivers due to a dry weather,” a orator said.
Water from a boreholes is approaching to strech a influenced tools of a stream within a subsequent few days.