Month: November 2015

Planning to celebrate!

The Clyde River Foundation’s annual citizen science meeting will take place on Saturday 27th February. Caring for the Clyde will celebrate three years of coordinating CRIMP, our largest citizen science project, on the River Clyde. We are very grateful to more »

Posted in Angling, crimp_news, News

Celebrating 15 years of education in the Clyde catchment

This year marks our 15th year of  delivering education projects in the Clyde catchment. We first delivered ‘Clyde in the Classroom’ to five Primary Schools in Glasgow back in 2001. Increasing demand for outdoor education and our desire to engage more proactively with more »

Posted in Education, Foundation work, News

Scottish Anglers Riverfly Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) meeting outcomes

During the November meeting SEPA pledged continued support for Citizen Science and particularly riverfly monitoring. Some of the main outcomes from the meeting were to make significant progress in setting specific trigger levels for Clyde riverfly monitoring sites in 2016 more »

Posted in Angling, crimp_news, News, Uncategorized

Trout at Transition a success!

We have now completed Trout at Transition, our very first primary-to-secondary school transition project. The project was delivered by the Clyde River Foundation in partnership with artist Holly Keasey and the Biggar High School learning community between 2013-2015. Trout at more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Education, News