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,...

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2022 Anne Voss Bark Memorial Award – Apply Now

2022 Anne Voss Bark Memorial Award – Apply Now

Salmon & Trout Conservation and the Arundell open applications for the 2022 Anne Voss Bark Memorial Award. The award is run in conjunction with Westcountry Rivers Trust. Laurence Couldrick, Westcountry Rivers Trust CEO, said: “The Westcountry Rivers Trust is...

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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...

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May 2022 is Naturally Healthy Month in Devon!

May 2022 is Naturally Healthy Month in Devon!

The Naturally Healthy campaign is about encouraging us all to connect with nature to feel happier and healthier, and May is a fantastic time to head outside and enjoy the fresh air and Spring weather.

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Down the Drain

Down the Drain

We took part in Cornwall Climate Care's latest film, Down the Drain. This follows a passionate kayaker as he paddles up Cornwall’s River Tamar to learn how climate change is affecting our river wildlife, the fresh water we all need to drink and grow our crops, and the...

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Bude’s first Climathon

Bude’s first Climathon

A Climathon is an event where communities can discuss, debate, and develop locally relevant net zero solutions. And we are joining the University of Gloucester and others in Bude to discuss how farming and land use can help achieve net zero. This event will bring...

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