Rachel Naden, Invasive Species and Biosecurity Officer is responsible for all things invasive at Yorkshire Water. In this latest blog entry, Rachel discusses the impact of INNS at Yorkshire Water, and how they are trying to Stop the Spread.
This February we are supporting The Climate Coalition’s Show the Love campaign, to show our love for all the things we want to protect from climate change.
Places to Paddle Manager, Ben Seal updates on what parliamentary work has taken place in the last few weeks.
Ryan McCullough, Parliamentary and Policy Officer at the Sports and Recreation Alliance busts the myth that in order to change big policies you need big actions! He explains how small scale local action we can all get involved with provides the building blocks to get big results.
New canoe trails will be created as part of the ‘Transforming the Trent Valley’ project which has successfully secured a grant of £2.7m from the National Lottery to fund a range of projects.
Dhruv Boruah is an outdoor enthusiast, campaigner and adventurer who has taken a different approach to tackling waterways pollution. He has even cycled on the Thames! Find out more here.
If you are paddling on the River Exe please be aware that the St James Weir in Exeter has collapsed.
Jules Pretty is Professor of Environment and Society at the University of Essex. He is the author of many books and a leading advocate for green exercise. Here he explains how being exposed to green and blue environments is critical for our physical and mental well being.
BLOG: Derbyshire Wildlife Trust's Dr Scott McKenzie shares with us the rich wildlife present along the River Derwent in Derbyshire
Paddler David Brearley is heading out to South East Asia to tackle the litter problems there
Places to Paddle Manager Ben Seal tells us what he's asked Santa for this year...hint #CACW