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Fisheries Management Scotland
CaSTCo – Catchment Systems Thinking Cooperative
million project, with collaboration between
partner organisations is creating a radical step-change in the contribution of Citizen Science
Community Monitoring to evidence-based Integrated Catchment Management.
Cam Ely Ouse (CamEO) Catchment Partnership
The vision of the CamEO partnership is to improve the quality and resilience of the water environment in the Cam and Ely Ouse catchment
ecological status of Irish rivers
to Amina Aboobakar and supports the Strategy and Stewardship team with key aspects of Project management, procurement, training, governance and the ongoing development of the team’s project and activity portfolio.
World Wildlife Day
Our rivers support a wonderful variety of wildlife, deserving of celebration and protection. For world wildlife day we are delving into the overlap between the needs of wildlife and humans and how protecting one does not need to come at the cost of the other.
The Rivers Trust Conference
: Call for Contributions
The Rivers Trust Conference will discuss and reflect on an array of prominent environmental issues, and hear from the people who are fighting them. We are keen to present a diverse line-up featuring voices from the Rivers Trust movement, the wider environmental sector, industry, governance, and campaigners.
International Day of Action for Rivers
To celebrate the International Day of Action for Rivers, we are focusing on how rivers, and the actions we take to protect them, unite us and bring communities together.
Sam is our Regional Development Manager for the East, currently on secondment from Anglian Water leading the strategic partnership between The Rivers Trust and Anglian Water. Through the partnership, Sam is responsible for developing the regional hub of Rivers Trusts in the East, sharing best practice and supporting member trusts with the development of sustainable business models and strategic development.
Irish Rivers Turning Green — But not for Saint Patrick
Along with an abundance of shamrocks and a plethora of dancing leprechauns, one of the most iconic celebrations of Ireland’s patron saint is the annual tradition of dyeing urban American rivers green around March