Last week on behalf of the Riverfly Partnership, the Clyde River Foundation delivered two training workshops in Newton Stewart and Gatehouse of Fleet. The two training courses which took place on the River Cree and the Water of Fleet have made the Galloway Fisheries Trust the latest trust in Scotland to join the growing national network of riverfly monitors. Rowan Armstrong, Galloway Fisheries Trust, will be coordinating the new monitors in the months to come helping them choose monitoring sites and setting up a data repository hub on the new ARMI database. CRF staff were happy to deliver two successful workshops and were quite relieved the rain held off for both days. Good luck to all the newly qualified monitors in Dumfries and Galloway!