Month: June 2014

Himalayan balsam removal on the Clyde walkway

Interested in spending some time along the River Clyde to help tackle aliens?  Then join in and help to pull Himalayan balsam along the River Clyde walkway to stop the spread of this invasive plant. The Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT), more »

Posted in Invasive Non-Native Species, News

We’re ‘Choosing and Using Citizen Science’

The Clyde Riverfly Monitoring Partnership (CRIMP) has been used as an example in a new best practice guide produced by SEPA and the Centre of Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) titled ‘Choosing and Using Citizen Science: a guide to when and how to more »

Posted in crimp_news, News

Website updates

We are in the process of updating the Clyde River Foundation website this week, so please bear with us while we make some much-needed changes! For anyone uploading CRIMP data, the CRIMP pages should remain the same.

Posted in crimp_news, News

Darngaber under observation

Click  to here to read the first ‘CRIMP Update’ about the Darngaber which is under observation by anglers on the Avon Water. This is a just a taster of the quarterly electronic newsletters that are planned to come. The next full issue more »

Posted in crimp_news, News

Final CRIMP training course – booking now

The final Clyde Riverfly Monitoring Partnership (CRIMP) training course will take place on Saturday 30th August. If you are interested in joining CRIMP and would like to learn the riverfly monitoring technique to carry out regular water quality checks on your local river, more »

Posted in crimp_news, News

Take me to the river

We were delighted to receive a copy of the ‘outdoor special’ edition of Teach Primary Magazine in the office this week. The magazine highlights a range of outdoor education initiatives and includes a great article on Clyde in the Classroom. Thanks to Miss Weir (Millersneuk more »

Posted in Education, News