Month: March 2015

CRIMP Winter 2014 Newsletter

It might be cold out but that hasn’t stopped our CRIMP volunteers from getting out and doing their bit over the winter! The project has been getting a fair bit of coverage in recent months; we were invited to speak at the 2015 more »

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Riverfly enthusiast Josh is Trout ‘N’ About

One of our younger citizen scientists Josh Maitland, East Kilbride Angling Club, has been out in all weathers surveying the Rotten Calder. Josh has been out regularly since he attended a training course at the end of August and the more »

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Do you want to help care for the Clyde?

The Clyde River Foundation seeks to gauge interest amongst community groups and anglers with a love for rivers and their fly life. We hope to run a one-day training workshop that will introduce volunteers to riverfly monitoring and the monthly more »

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Third Caring for the Clyde – Citizen Science Meeting

On Saturday 7th March the Clyde River Foundation held its third ‘Caring for the Clyde’ citizen science meeting. The meeting was opened by Catchment Manager Dr. Willie Yeomans, after which Project Coordinator Lesley Deans gave an overview of CRIMP and presented more »

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Talking about citizen science – Conference for Nature

Last month, the Clyde River Foundation attended the 2015 Conference for Nature held at The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh. The aim of the conference was “to look at how innovative projects can help address the State of Nature in Scotland, linking more »

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