We are always working to secure greater recognition of the need for improved access to and along our waterways, and you can find details of this work, and our policies in this area, through these pages.
Our Waterways & Environment team is working to ensure paddlers can take part in work to improve our waterways through volunteering, and engagement with a wide variety of partners, and we hope this section of the website helps you find the resources you need to get involved too.
addition we are always working to secure greater recognition of the need for
improved access to and along our waterways, and you can find details of this
work, and our policies in this area, through these pages.
British Canoeing works with a wide variety of organisations involved in all aspects of our waterways – from recreational partners through to environmental charities. Here are our major partnerships. If your organisation is involved in promoting sustainable recreation on the water, or in protecting and enhancing our water environments, please contact us.Read more →
The Waterways & Environment team are working on a range of exciting projects in 2016. These will focus on our twin aims of promoting recreational access to our waterways and demonstrating the sport’s commitment to helping strengthen our natural environments. You’ll hear more about these projects soon thorugh out Waterways & Environment updates – but our page for the Historic Rights Of Way project is up and running live.We hope all of these projects will be as interactive as possib…Read more →
Waterways & Environment news
BBC One Show Spotlight On New Coast To Coast Canoe Trail
The Canal & River Trust’s new Desmond Family Coast to Coast Canoe Trail has come under the spotlight in three short films broadcast by the BBC One Show at the beginning of September.
Stand Up Paddleboarders raise awareness of plastics pollution in waterways
The Source 2 Sea Thames River Relay Race is taking part on the River Thames between 1st and 25th September to raise awareness of the threat to our waterways from plastic pollution.