Integrated Catchment Delivery Events 2019

Training RRC Community Engagement > Integrated Catchment Delivery Events 2019

A programme of events for maximising opportunities, connecting catchments to coasts, sharing and embedding best practice that benefits people, profitable farming and land management, floods, the economy and the environment

Web links take you to case study information and outputs from the events. Contacts for bookings are provided. Main point of contact dom@theriverstrust.org or Dominic.martyn@environment-agency.gov.uk, telephone: 07795 333157

Purpose:

  • Share evidence, good practice and embedding learning
  • Building relationships between communities, institutes and partnerships across the UK and abroad
  • Maximising opportunities for dialogue between RFCCs, Flood Action Groups and Catchment Partnerships
  • Building capacity for local authorities and catchment partnerships to achieve best practice natural flood management

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What? Up to 70 visits, workshops, webinars and practical training. Visiting 20 catchments in England, exchanging experiences and lessons learnt to inspire future leaders and talent. Free, inclusive attendance is made possible by kind sponsorship from Regional Flood and Coastal Committees, Catchment Partnerships, Environment Agency, Catchment Based Approach national support group, Institute of Fisheries Management, Institute of Agricultural Management, Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), private businesses, and others giving their time

NEXT EVENTS...

When? Where? What? Theme Booking
1st week of July

London Climate Action Week

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Tuesday July 2nd, 10:00-14:30

River Coln,
Coln Rogers

Restoring the Coln - practical work with the Gloucester Wildlife Trust and Upper Thames Catchment Partnership

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Wednesday July 3rd, 10:00-15:30

Milton-under-Wychwood Village
Hall, Shipton Road,
OX7 6JW

Evenlode Catchment Partnership Natural Flood Management visit Farming, land and natural flood management

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Thursday July 4th, 14:30-19:30

  Nature and nurture in the Thames catchment, Long Marston  

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Saturday July 6th, 10:00-15:00

Lower Marsh Lane, Surrey, KT1 3BW Hogsmill open day   Email

Thursday July 11th, 10:00-15:30

  River Beane, Lea catchment visit  

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Building capacity for successful Natural Flood Management - Summary and next steps

 

THEMES

People, partnerships and systems governance

0 events

 

Integrating programmes mobilising money

6 events

 

Farming, land and natural flood management

13 events

         

Rejuvenating landscapes, rivers and wildlife

4 events

 

Inclusive sustainable growth

5 events

 

Practical events connecting people and environments

2 events

         

Catchments to coasts

1 event

 

Innovation data and evidence, appraising and evaluating

2 events

 

Water and land stewardship

0 events

         

Previous events

2019    2017-18

 

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