My experience as a Westcountry CSI volunteer for the PRK Project.

My experience as a Westcountry CSI volunteer for the PRK Project.

Volunteers like Nick, 30, from Plymouth, make such a positive difference to our PRK and CSI project. Find out from him why he loves being involved. I started volunteering in September 2021. I had just started an Environmental Science Degree at the University of...
Hard cheese – Roll on the inevitable future

Hard cheese – Roll on the inevitable future

TODAY saw Dairy Crest (now Saputo) receive a £1.5m fine for polluting the River Inny. For those that live by, play in, monitor and/or protect the River Inny, this has been a long time coming, but is also the start of a movement that will not be going away anytime...
World Fish Migration Day

World Fish Migration Day

TODAY is World Fish Migration Day; what better time is there to talk about the work of the Strategic Exe Weirs (SEW) programme. We are working to restore the natural migration patterns for native fish species in the River Exe, including Atlantic salmon, European eel,...
Our Wadlands Meadow ‘wandering’ post has returned.

Our Wadlands Meadow ‘wandering’ post has returned.

You might remember that earlier this year, our River Ops team installed a Fixed-Point Photography post (FPPP) in Wadlands Meadow in Tamerton Foliot as part of the Plymouth River Keepers project. Shortly afterwards, the post was mysteriously removed. Believing that the...