Month: May 2015

South Lanarkshire Council Outdoor Learning Showcase

Jacqui Meldrum and Christine Matthews, biology teachers from Duncanrig Secondary School attended the South Lanarkshire Council Outdoor Learning Showcase event last Thursday 21st May at the Popinjay Hotel. Jacqui and Christine set up at stall where they promoted CRIMP and more »

Posted in crimp_news, Education, News

Pupils make a splash in the glen with Greener Greenock

Around 100 Greenock school children have been gaining hands-on eco-experience of their local river system as part of Greener Greenock, a new project led by the Clyde River Foundation. Working with the Clyde River Foundation scientists, pupils have been assessing more »

Posted in Education, Foundation work

Clyde in the Classroom Competition Winner

We had an amazing response to this year’s Clyde in the Classroom competition, receiving over 600 eco bag design entries in total! The theme ‘Caring for the Clyde’ inspired a whole variety of amazing designs, but we are delighted to more »

Posted in Education, News, Uncategorized

Training in Twechar

We’re pleased to say that more volunteers have been added to the growing number of CRIMPers across the Clyde. This year residents in Twechar held their own training course and will soon have new monitoring locations on the Board Burn more »

Posted in crimp_news, News, River Kelvin

Citizen Science in the Community – Sharing Good Practice

The Clyde River Foundation attended the Scottish Natural Heritage event that looked at ongoing and new opportunities for getting involved in local environmental surveying – focusing on air, water and soil & land. It was attended by 85 participants from more »

Posted in crimp_news, News