Our dedicated and passionate volunteers are key to achieving our mission. We need your help to monitor our rivers and deliver important habitat projects. Volunteering with us is a great way to get outdoors, meet new people, and connect with your local rivers and streams.
Interested in getting involved? All our volunteer activities are coordinated through an online system called Better Impact. Please register below and take a look at what activities you can get involved with.
Conservation Work Parties
Get your wellies on (or even waders!) and take part in practical work to improve habitat and make the river a better place for both people and wildlife.
Water Quality Monitoring Network
Join our network of trained citizen scientists helping us understand and track down pollution issues in the catchment.
Learn to sample and identify aquatic invertebrates in your local streams to “score” their health and contribute to a national citizen science database.
Calling all naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts, we need your identification skills to better understand the biodiversity across the catchment.
Public Engagement & Outreach
We need your help to spread the word about the importance of healthy rivers, become an advocate in your local community.
Wildlife & Landscape Photography
Images help us tell the story of our work, if you have photographs we could use for educational or promotional purposes, let us know.
We are a small registered charity and rely on grants and donations to keep our important work for wildlife and water quality going.
If you’d like to support us by making a one off or regular donation you can below.
Our newsletter is released on a quarterly basis and covers all the latest watery related news happening in the catchment.
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