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Mark Lloyd to take up new role as CEO of The Rivers Trust

Mark Lloyd to take up new role as CEO of The Rivers Trust

Posted by Jayne Mann

The Rivers Trust has announced the appointment of Mark Lloyd as its new Chief Executive. Mark will be taking up his post in September, as head of one of the UK’s leading charities operating in the area of catchment management in the UK. The Rivers Trust represents more than 60…

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Natural Flood Management – Animal V’s Man

Natural Flood Management – Animal V’s Man

Posted by Jayne Mann

On March 14th Beavers returned to Essex after being extinct for 400 years. They are part of a Natural Flood Management (NFM) Project on Spains Hall Estate to reduce flooding to the village of Finchingfield. Two Eurasian Beavers, bred in Devon by Derek Gow, were released into an enclosed compound…

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Sign the petition to protect Glen Etive in Scotland

Sign the petition to protect Glen Etive in Scotland

Posted by Jayne Mann

Glen Etive, in the Highlands of Scotland, is an area of significant cultural and social importance, well known by our varied supporters for its beautiful landscape. It is a popular amenity for walkers, climbers, cyclists, wildlife enthusiasts, anglers, outdoor swimmers, and the paddle sport community, but the River Etive is…

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The world’s first international citizen science relay

The world’s first international citizen science relay

Posted by Jayne Mann

The Rivers Trust is organising the worlds first international citizen science relay with organisations from five different countries to take #actiononwater on an international scale next week. From 18th – 22nd March, organisations from the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands, will all be taking #actiononwater at their local…

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