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Working together to put healthy rivers at the heart of our communities.

We are working hard to actively engage with landowners, farmers, anglers and local communities to help us put healthy rivers at the heart of our communities.

We plan to host one-day training for volunteers in both catchments who will  help monitor their local river environment. The workshop includes presentations and practical demonstrations to enable  the volunteer to carry out health checks on your local river.  Following training  you will have the required skills and training  for monitoring water quality. We can all make a difference and we can all be citizen scientists.

The monitoring scheme will ensure that water quality is checked more widely, so that action can be taken at the earliest opportunity, should any significant drop in quality be detected. You the volunteers will act as guardians. Furthermore, the monitoring initiative will act as a deterrent to incidental polluters.

 

We plan to host one-day  workshops in both catchments to establish a group of volunteers who will take action to help conserve the river environment. The training workshops will includes presentations and practical demonstrations. You the volunteer will following training have the required skills to carry out health checks on your local river. We will provide you with all the skills and training you need for monitoring water quality. We can all make a difference and we can all be citizen scientists.

 

What are the benefits of taking part?

You will have the opportunity to collect real life data for the Source to Tap Project therefore meaning that you will have made a real difference to environmental protection.

You will develop a variety of scientific, numerical and wider skills. By adopting a methodical scientific approach to surveying, making observations and recording and analysing data, as well as working in teams, you will develop confidence in new situations, learning about outdoor and river safety: all transferable life skills.

Increased understanding of the river environment and ecology from hands-on experience – coming into direct contact with river life.

Get in touch to find out how you can get involved

If you would like to find out more about how you can get involved in the project as a volunteer, please use the form below to get in touch and we will be more than happy to help




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