Month: August 2013

Clyde fish kill: SEPA update

SEPA have provided the following update on the fish kill that occurred on the River Clyde in July:   “SEPA received complaints of dead fish in the River Clyde upstream of the Tidal Weir around Glasgow Green on Sunday 28 more »

Posted in News

CRIMP: the results are in…

The CRIMP data is rolling in from those who have been out sampling their local burn. Well done and thank you to everyone who has been out kicking, counting and collating! We are really pleased with the feedback of data more »

Posted in crimp_news, News

Welcome to our new interns!

We are currently hosting two interns – Harriet Alvis and Richard Newsome. Harriet, a recent graduate from Swansea University, has been working on a Clyde River Foundation placement looking at invertebrate samples from sites across the catchment and is about more »

Posted in Education, Foundation work, News, Uncategorized

Fish kill on the Clyde

We are awaiting further information on a fish kill that occurred in the River Clyde during the past week. Large numbers of dead salmon have been reported between Blantyre and the Tidal Weir near Glasgow Green. It is understood that more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, News, Uncategorized