Month: July 2016

Brock Burn fish rescue

Today the Clyde River Foundation completed a fish rescue on the Brock Burn (East Renfrewshire) as part of a programme of works by Scottish Water. A £120m investment to improve the drinking water network for people in parts of East Renfrewshire more »

Posted in Foundation work, News, White Cart Water

Clyde: Celebrated Past, Debatable Present, Wide-Open Future

Last Sunday, 17th July, New Glasgow Society hosted ‘Clyde: Celebrated Past, Debatable Present, Wide-Open Future’ as part of the Architecture Fringe 2016. Held in the beautiful West Boathouse at Glasgow Green, this public event comprised talks from representatives of Lost Glasgow and more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, News, Uncategorized

Join us for Clyde in the Classroom 2017!

We are now booking for Clyde in the Classroom 2017 and would love to have you on board! This project summary outlines the basics but please get in touch if there’s anything else you’d like to know. Please note places are more »

Posted in Education, News

Welcome to our new MSci student!

A slightly overdue welcome to Paul Fraser who joined the Clyde River Foundation team in June for a placement year as part of his MSci degree in Marine and Freshwater Biology at the University of Glasgow. Paul will gain experience in a range more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Education, News, Uncategorized

Riverfly Census

Spring 2015 saw the launch of the Salmon and Trout Conservation UK Riverfly Census. This involved taking invertebrate samples from five sites from each of the selected 12 rivers. The rivers being deliberately chosen based upon geographic and geological diversification. more »

Posted in Angling, crimp_news, News

Clyde: Celebrated Past, Debatable Present, Wide-Open Future

This Sunday, 17th July, New Glasgow Society is hosting discussions around the River Clyde’s past, present and future. A range of stakeholders, including the Clyde River Foundation will be present and all are invited to attend. Please see below and the more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, News

4th National Riverfly Partnership Conference – Registration now open

Registration for the 4th National Riverfly Partnership Conference ‘Riverfly Monitoring and Beyond’  in the Flett Theatre, Natural History Museum, London on Thursday 17th November 2016, is now open. The conference will bring together organisations and individuals participating in the Riverfly more »

Posted in Angling, crimp_news, News