A RESTORE event in Scotland looked at sediment and fish barriers in high energy systems. A Catchment Restoration Fund update is also included in this issue.
This month's bulletin looks at a river restoration project on the Allt Lorgy, Scotland and new habitat and fishery management publications.
The RRC Olympic medal table is announced. Elsewhere the largest fish pass in the Midlands is opened on the River Derwent.
The RRC helped contribute an article to this month's Managing Water and its Environment Magazine. Simon Whitton joins the RRC.
The second round of CRF funding is released and 42 projects have been approved. The Environment Agency, Natural England and the RRC will be providing technical assistance. Contenders for the RRC Olympics are announced.
In true Olympic spirit the RRC outline a number of awards for restoration projects in the UK. The outputs from this years conference are also published.
The first phase of the Catchment Restoration Fund is awarded to 29 projects in England as part of the governments WFD programme. A RESTORE workshop was held in Denmark which looked at linking wetland, floodplain and river restoration.
A restoration project on the River Wandle in Croydon is going to rejuvenate a local park. Elsewhere the Environment Agency looks at "Keeping Rivers Cool".
The RRC's annual network conference and RESTORE's European good practice workshops were held this month. And the Bulletin asks: "Is the WFD fit for purpose?"
The International River Foundation announce that there will be a European river prize held in 2013. In other news Joanne Evason leaves the RRC after 6 years.