Category: Education

Second Clyde Citizen Science Meeting – ‘Caring for the Clyde’

If you are interested in ‘Caring for the Clyde’ there are a number of ways you can get involved as ‘Citizen Scientists’. You may wish to participate in the Clyde Riverfly Monitoring Partnership (‘CRIMP’, which was launched at our first meeting more »

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New Masters student adding value to CRIMP

Thomas Hobson (University of Glasgow) is undertaking his first MRes project on CRIMP, supervised by the Clyde River Foundation. His project sets out to determine the accuracy of CRIMP data (by looking at the sources of error in the sampling more »

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Trout at Transition at Biggar Little Festival

We’re delighted to announce that a selection of art work created during the P7 phase of Trout at Transition is now on display in Biggar Library as part of Biggar Little Festival. The pupils worked with artist Holly Keasey to creatively more »

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Welcome to our new interns!

We are currently hosting two interns – Harriet Alvis and Richard Newsome. Harriet, a recent graduate from Swansea University, has been working on a Clyde River Foundation placement looking at invertebrate samples from sites across the catchment and is about more »

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River Clyde Fishery Management Plan – Update

The River Clyde Fishery Management Plan (RCFMP) identified local management priorities for the Clyde catchment as part of a national programme supported by the Scottish Government and coordinated by the Rivers and Fisheries Trusts Scotland (RAFTS). As an update to this more »

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Clyde in the Classroom floats online

A new website dedicated to the Foundation’s Clyde in the Classroom primary school education project is now online at In the past 10 years, 12,450 children from 266 schools have taken part in the project which enables pupils to more »

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