The Clyde River Foundation was founded in 1999 with the aim of improving understanding of all aspects of river management and in particular to provide a permanent, professional fisheries science presence in the catchment. We work across eight local authority areas. What we do
Our best-known education project provides an exceptional opportunity to help spread the important message of environmental awareness and community stewardship of the river resource. Read our education pages for more details or visit the Clyde in the Classroom website. CITC website
You can support the activities of the Foundation by donating money to specific projects. We have an amibtious River Clyde Fishery Management Plan which outlines a prioritised programme of science, outreach, education and river improvements. Take your pick! Donate
We will be updating this website regularly with news from across the Clyde catchment. If you have a local news story or details of a river-related event from your catchment and would like to see it featured on these pages, please just get in touch either by email or pick up the phone. Send us your news
*****CRIMP training places available for Saturday May 3rd & 10th 2014*****
Contact Project Coordinator Lesley Deans to book a place or to find out more: Lesley.email@example.com
The River ClydeFishery Management Plan identified local management priorities for the Clyde catchment as part of a national programme supported by the Scottish Government and coordinated by Rivers and Fisheries Trusts Scotland (RAFTS). The River Clyde Fishery Management Plan Review 2013 summarises the initiatives derived from the plan to date.
REPORTING POLLUTION: Please report any pollution incidents to SEPA as soon as possible on their Pollution Hotline – 0800 80 70 60. When reporting an incident, please provide as much detail as you can about the location, type and duration of the incident, and take photographs if possible.