Worfe on the Wildside – Issue 9
Please follow the link below to see the new edition of the Worfe on the Wildside newsletter. Worfe on the Wildside, October 2017, Issue 9 – V1
Wanted. New trustee with a knowledge of formal learning.
Can you help? We are seeking a new Board member to provide expert advice and guidance to staff and Trustees in issues relating to our work with schools. About Severn Rivers Trust (SRT) We are a dedicated team of staff who work tirelessly to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of the rivers, streams,…
Unlocking the Severn for LIFE Newsletter
The 1st Newsletter of the Unlocking the Severn for LIFE project Project update Jan 2017
Monty Rivers Project Final Report
Carreghofa Fish Pass, Afon Tanat, EA Count Update. 2nd December 2015
Please see the link below for the fish count Analysis and Reporting update from the Environment Agency for the Fish Pass at Carreghofa on the Afon Tanat. Carreghofa counts 2015 update (2nd Dec 15)
Cound Brook Newsletter, November 2015
For those interested in activities in the Cound Brook Catchment, please see the new Newsletter from the new catchment officer for the area, Cindy Joule. Cound Brook Newsletter (23rd Nov 15)
The Severn Estuary SAC Shad Project Update
Please find below a link to the update handout from Ourselves, the Environment Agency, Natural England and the Canal & Rivers Trust on the Shad Project for November 2015. Shad project handout (Nov 15)
Severn Angling News, Autumn 2015
Please see the link below for the Severn Angling Newsletter for Autumn 2015. Severn Angling News (Autumn 2015)
Severn Angling Newsletter, Autumn 2015. Environment Agency.
SevernAnglingNewsletter_Autumn2015_FINAL (EA, 14.10.15)
News Article: Celebration of Catchment Restoration Fund success!
In April of this year, the Severn Rivers Trust successfully completed the CRF ‘River Rea Restoration’ project. The River Rea is an important tributary of the River Teme Catchment, which was in dire need of help; the catchment was failing the Water Framework Directive due to excessive sedimentation, wood and weir blockages and rapid bank…