The Tees Rivers Trust has been established to protect and enhance the environment of the River Tees and its catchment, and to encourage public understanding and community involvement. The Trust was formally established in April 2009 as a company limited by guarantee and as a charitable Trust. Its format follows a well-established and proven model for Rivers Trusts elsewhere. The Trust is administered by a board of eleven volunteer Trustees representing a wide range of scientific, business and community experience.
The specific purposes of the Trust are to protect, conserve, rehabilitate and improve the river and its catchment area, its feeder streams, water courses, estuary and adjacent coastal areas; to advance the education of the public or any association, company, Local Authority, administrative or Government agency or public body or representative body; to advance the understanding of the river, the river corridor and its catchment area including fauna, flora and economic or social activity and river catchment management; to stimulate broader socio-economic benefits derived from an improved river, particularly activities which generate employment.
Tees Rivers Trust
42 Horsemarket, Barnard Castle, County Durham DL12 8NAQ
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