Arundell Art Week raises funds for the Westcountry Rivers Trust

Arundell Art Week raises funds for the Westcountry Rivers Trust

An exhibition of artworks at a famous Devon hotel will raise money for the Westcountry Rivers Trust this May. From Thursday 3rd May, a selection of acclaimed sporting artists from around the UK will showcase their country pursuit inspired pieces, local Devon...
Westcountry Women Working With Water

Westcountry Women Working With Water

International Women’s Day this year is certainly promising to be even more interesting than usual, with gender equality being present on pretty much everyone’s agenda over the last few months. Questions about how we perceive, encourage and reward achievements by women...
Electrofishing Internship 2018

Electrofishing Internship 2018

We are pleased to announce that applications for our annual electrofishing internship are now open! If you are free over the summer, and want to gain an electrofishing qualification as well as valuable work experience in the field, then we are delighted to be able to...
Six ways to look after your local river

Six ways to look after your local river

Dr Nick Paling Head of Evidence & Engagement Rivers are crucial to our health, happiness and prosperity. Most of the time we take them for granted, but at the Westcountry Rivers Trust we would like to encourage more people to do their bit to look after their local...
Comment: Cautiously optimistic

Comment: Cautiously optimistic

Dr Laurence Couldrick WRT CEO Michael Gove (Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) announced his thoughts on the future of agri-environmental policy post Brexit at the Oxford Real Farming Conference on the 4th January. Within his assessment were...