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 a wide range of disciplines including those working with community groups, young people and schools. The Foundation contributed to the Coasts and Freshwater workshop and shared their experiences coordinating and delivering the Clyde Riverfly Monitoring Partnership. Our presentation on the day, along with a few others can be found here. This event followed on from a series of citizen science events hosted by SNH, with a further event on the “Contribution of Citizen Science to Learning for Sustainability” planned 2016.