Check out the upcoming online training courses on offer, plus join our recently established RRC Reading Group. This group will post an article or paper each month, to encourage discussion on a range of river-restoration related topics. Email us email@example.com to join the Reading Group. Plus, check out recent river-restoration news and article posts.
The 2020 RRC Conference will be held online! Check out the webpage for more information. Plus, check out our next 2 upcoming online training courses.
This month we hosted our first online training course featuring a virtual site visit. We are running another course next month. Book your place now! Plus, check out lots of river related news.
This month we announce our first online training course! Plus we welcome 2 newcomers to the RRC team. Don't forget to check out all the river related news and job opportunties.
This month there is lots of river restoration news to catch up on. Plus, RRC are still actively looking into developing our training courses, and hope to be able to offer some of these 1-day courses online soon.
Amid the current Covid-19 outbreak, there is significant uncertainty as to how we will be working in the near future. Unfortunately, RRC has moved the RRC Conference from April to September 2020, with bookings still open. All scheduled training courses have also been postponed. The RRC team is working at home, and still available to support you and your river restoration work remotely. We thank you for your understanding at this uncertain time.
This month we are seeking a Science & Technical Officer to join the team at RRC based in Cranfield! The role will involve helping us drive forward river restoration in the UK and Ireland! If you are interested or know someone who might be interested, please have a look & find out more. Application deadline 19th March.
Also this month, we have opened nominations for River Champions! This award looks to acknowledge those who volunteer their time to help enhance and restore our waterways. Check it out & nominate now! Nomination deadline 5th March.
Plus have a look at our news and upcoming events pages to find out about lots of interesting river related news!
In this first bulletin of the year, we focus on the RRC Conference early-bird bookings which are closing soon, and the fast approaching deadline for the 2020 UK River Prize! Apply now!
Plus, there are lots of interesting news links to catch up on, as well as the EA Consultation on Challenges & Choices, and an enquiry from a PhD student regarding leaky dams.
RRC is looking for a Senior River Restoration Adviser to join the team at Cranfield. Also, 2020 UK River Prize applications will be opening soon. Plus there is still time to take advantage of reduced rate attendance of the 2020 RRC Conference.
This month we have opened bookings for the 2020 RRC Conference River restoration: scaling up our ambition. Early-bird bookings are available until 10th February 2020 so don't miss your chance to secure your place at a reduced rate. Plus, check out the draft programme, see what sponsorship options are still available, & submit a poster abstract to showcase your efforts. The conference attracts over 350 delegates from the industry - this is an event you don't want to miss! Also, we are currently looking for those involved in Stage 0 restoration in the UK. Please get in touch if you have an information or experience of working with this technique. Finally, our Managing Director Martin is growing a moustache and fundraising for Movember. Please support his efforts by donating through this fundraising page. Thank you.