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This month we announced the 2021 UK River Prize Winner as the River Keekle Restoration! Congratulations to all those involved. Plus, check out our series of upcoming training courses, and river restoration-related job opportunities on our job adverts webpage.

This month we announce the 2021 UK River Prize Finalists! There is still time to book your place at the Awards Dinner on 21st October where the winner will be revealed. Plus, check out our upcoming series of training courses. There are lots of job opportunities available on the river restoration-related jobs webpage.

This month we feature what river restoration works have taken place in England. Read the blog from the Environment Agency to find out more. Plus, are you looking for a voluntary internship regarding coding and app building? Get in touch and help us develop an app for monitoring and fixed point photography. Check out the latest news and events.

2021 Conference bookings are now open! Find out more about this hybrid event and book your place. Plus, 2021 UK River Prize applications are now open. Have a look at the previous winners and application guidelines, and apply now to showcase your project work. River Champions is back for 2021. Do you know someone who goes above and beyond to volunteer their time to help conserve and enhance their local waterway? Nominate them as a River Champion!

This month we feature what's been going on in Scotland recently and a few river restoration projects taking place. Read our guest blog post from Angus Tree at NatureScot and find out more. Plus, we highlight one project in the Scottish Highlands which won the 2020 UK River Prize reach-scale award. Check out our usual events section, job opportunites and links to all news and events on the RRC website.

Conference sponsorship packages available for the 2021 Annual Network Conference! Check out the upcoming training courses on offer! Plus join our Reading Group to read recent river restoration articles.

This month we feature what's been going on in Ireland recently and a river restoration project taking place. Read our guest blog post from CatchmentCARE and find out more. Plus, John our Science & Technical Officer presented at the CIEEM Irish Conference earlier this week, discussing Citizen Science and Nature-based Solutions. Check out our usual events section, with links to all news and events on the RRC website.

Check out the online training courses RRC are offering this month! Also this month - have you any experience with liver fluke, particularly on wetted areas? Email us and let us know any ideas! Plus, there are lots of river related job opportunities advertised on the RRC website to have a look at.

This month we feature what's been going on in Wales recently and the river restoration projects taking place. Read our guest blog post from Natural Resources Wales and find out more. Plus, our usual events section, with links to all news and events on the RRC website.

Check out this months bulletin with river restoration news and events including upcoming webinars! Register your interest for upcoming RRC training courses, and join the RRC Reading Group to discuss publications.

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