CRIMP Sharing Good Practice

The report from the recent Sharing Good Practice event is now available on the SNH website link This explored opportunities for getting involved in surveying the local environment, and focused on practical approaches to monitoring the quality of air, water, soil and land. The Clyde River Foundation attended the event and used CRIMP as a showcase as part of a freshwater workshop. The report contains a full record of the day’s workshops and also many useful links to surveys and practical guidance and will be of interest to everyone involved as a contributor or organiser of citizen science environmental monitoring projects.



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