The Places to Paddle Team attended the Marine Protection Area’s (MPA) annual meeting at Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve in Skegness recently, with around 20 MPA officers.
Getting on board with Biosecurity, how can you can Slow the Spread of Invasive Species. A new blog post by Cat Shannon, Researcher in Biosecurity for Invasive Non-Native Species at the University of Leeds.
British Canoeing Chair, John Coyne OBE wrote to the Secretary of State for DEFRA, Rt Honourable Michael Gove, outlining the intention of British Canoeing to launch its new Access and Environment Charter this Autumn.
Paddlers clear 20 bags of rubbish which containing 430 plastic bottles as well as polystyrene chip trays, cans, a fishing rod, mop and half a wheelbarrow along a one and a half mile stretch.
A group of stand up paddle boarders will journey to Wigan on Sunday 30th September 2018 to clean up the canal.
A celebration of World Rivers Day will take place this weekend, with the return of the annual River Mole Discovery Day.
Read more about the partnership with Surfers Against Sewage and find out how you can get involved, as an individual, group, club or centre in our latest edition of Canoe Focus.
This week we hear from the Campaign for National Parks about access.
Over 30 teams participating in last weekend’s European Canoe Polo Championships were actively involved in an initiative to stop the spread of invasive non-native species (INNS).
British Canoeing has joined forces with Surfers Against Sewage in a bid to tackle plastics and litter along the British coastline and inland waterways, for the annual Autumn Beach Clean Series.
Places to Paddle Manager, Ben Seal provides an update on the work of the team over the summer.