There are various sponsorship opportunities available for our 2017 Annual Network Conference being held in Brighton on the 4-5th April, from advertising in the conference handbook, to an exhibitor stand on the day. For further information, please click within the image!
Two river restoration projects along the River Adur, at Knepp Castle Estate (left image) and Twineham (right image), are good examples of the benefits of partnerships and community involvement. Click the image to read our blog post about our day trip to visit both sites.
The 18th RRC Annual Network Conference will be held in Brighton on the 4th & 5th of April 2017, focusing on the main theme - "River Restoration: Addressing Uncertainty". Bookings are now open with an early bird discount available for a limited time. Click the image to book!
Thanks to support from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, the most recent training course was a success! Hosted by the Ballinderry Rivers Trust, the RRC delivered a beginner course on river restoration to small rivers trusts, angling groups and community volunteers interested in improving Northern Ireland’s rivers. Click the image to read more.
The Manual of River Restoration Techniques provides a valuable resource to support restoration schemes by outlining the possible methods available. This is an example of the River Nith, South West Scotland, which was diverted and altered to a clay-lined channel with riffles and pools. For more examples, click the image.
|18th RRC Annual Network Conference - Bookings now open!
The 2017 Conference is in Brighton on 4th & 5th April 2017. Take advantage of the early bird prices by clicking here >>
|2017 UK River Prize & Nigel Holmes Trophy - Apply now!|
|You can now apply for the 2017 UK River Prize. Applications are open until 1st February 2017, you can find out more about the Prize and apply here >>|
|RRC Community Engagement page|
|With funding from Esmée Fairbairn, RRC is able to provide support, advice and training for small UK trusts, partnerships and community groups delivering local river restoration projects. Find out more here >>|