Month: November 2014

Riverfly Partnership Conference – what does the future hold?

On Wednesday 19th the Riverfly Partnership (RP) held a conference in the Natural History Museum, London, for the Angler’s Riverfly Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) coordinators and tutors. A series of talks were given from Steve Brooks (RP Chairman), Ben Fitch (ARMI more »

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Teachers and pupils help care for the Kittoch Water

Pupils from Duncanrig Secondary School in East Kilbride are working with teachers to help monitor the health of their local burn, a tributary of the Kittoch Water. The school is one of four secondary schools to get involved in the Clyde more »

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Spaces left for Clyde in the Classroom 2015

Would your class like to take part in Clyde in the Classroom 2015? We have just 12 spaces left so please contact our Education Outreach Officer Caroline McGillivray on caroline.mcgillivray@glasgow.ac.uk if you’re interested! Find out more about Clyde in the Classroom more »

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British Ecological Society conference

Project Coordinator Lesley Deans attended the British Ecological Society Citizen Science conference titled ‘Citizen Science – Fit for the Future?’, at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford. The idea was to share and reflect on the experiences, challenges and more »

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