Wey Kayak Club hosted their spring river clean ahead of the Big Paddle Cleanup.
British Canoeing is committed to protecting the environment, particularly when it comes to tackling Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS).
Read about how the wrong plant in the wrong place can be damaging to the environment.
Paddlers have a vital part to play in stopping the spread of damaging plant species.
In this guest blog, Clare Osborn, SUP Instructor and Surfers Against Sewage Regional Representative for Brighton & Hove, shares with us the importance of blue spaces, why we should care about them and what we can do as paddlers to protect them.
Paddlers have always known that engaging with blue space makes them feel good. But the reason why is surprising and lies deep within our brains.
Charlotte Ditchburn, a British Canoeing ShePaddles ambassador, feels the holistic benefits of paddling in our blue spaces and wants greater access to them.
The Paddle Peak team were out in force again cleaning the River Derwent between Matlock Bath and Cromford this week and they were joined by Severn Trent’s newly created River Ranger team.
TV presenter and writer Miranda Krestovnikoff explains her love of paddling and why we need to look after our rivers.
Much of the UK’s fish population are now breeding and as paddlers we need to avoid disrupting spawning and damaging eggs.
Help us to protect the places we love to paddle from plastic pollution by organising a paddle cleanup from 4 - 12th June. We’re inviting the whole paddling community to join us for a week of action and help us to remove 1,000 sacks of litter from our inland and coastal waters.