The river la Lande runs through the commune of Uzer, flowing for around twenty kilometres into the Ligne tributary of the Ardèche.
The banks of the Lande à Uzer are classified as a Natura 2000 area, as they are home to a number of habitats and species representative of European biodiversity.
A number of built heritage features can be seen along the Lande, including

– bridges

– a viaduct which until the 1980s housed a railway line

– sautes, dykes or “levees” topped with large stones to allow pedestrians to cross the river. Half a dozen of these in Uzer, used to supply crops, vegetable gardens, etc., have been damaged by bad weather. The one in the lower village was restored in July 2016.

– water retention basins to supply the gardens.

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