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Outputs from 17 courses, delivered over 17 years!
 
          
 
          
 
     

 

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2016

River Management: Australian Perspectives Evening Seminar

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15th June 2016, Jacobs Winnersh office, Berkshire

Flyer & programme - Blog - Presentation

 

River restoration project delivery: How to assess, plan and deliver projects

23rd May 2016, River Darent, Sundridge, Kent

Flyer & programme - Presentations & handouts - Blog - Photos

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Exploring capacity building for catchment partnerships learning workshops: Strengthening Partnership Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting

Programmes -

20th January 2016, Sheffield

2nd February 2016, Bristol

4th February 2016, London

Supported by:

Summary of outputs - Objective setting case study - Short monitoring & objective setting guide

Monitoring planner Flyer - Blog - Photos

 

2015

Ecosystem services: How it can be applied to river restoration and natural flood management schemes in practice

9th July 2015, Hexham, Northumberland

Flyer - Programme - Blog - Photos

 

Best practice river restoration design: concept to delivery

9th June 2015, Medlock, Greater Manchester

Flyer - Programme - Blog - Photos

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Natural Flood Management: Concepts, design, project management and delivery

21st April 2015, Belford, Northumberland, NE70 7QB

Flyer - Programme - Blog

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2014

Valuing ecosystem services for river and floodplain restoration and natural flood management schemes

25th September 2014, Malmesbury,  Wiltshire

Photos

Presentations:

Delegates learnt to recognise the environmental, economic and social benefits of an ecosystem services approach. Real world case studies were then used to apply the theory taught.

 

Best practice river restoration design: getting to grips with the links between hydromorphology and ecology

9th September 2014, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Report - Photos

Outputs:

This was an engaging workshop where restoration practices were discussed. Delegates were taught about the various successes and failures that the guest speakers had experienced. There was also a site visit to the Castor Backwater on the River Nene.

   

Setting project and monitoring objectives to demonstrate where and why river restoration or management has had multiple benefits

8th July 2014, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Photos

Presentations:

Delegates were taught about the importance of effective project and monitoring objectives. This was then applied when they designed a robust monitoring programme for a restoration site.

Working with natural river and floodplain processes to achieve sustainable flood risk and multiple benefits

5th June 2014, Harrow, Kent

Report - Further information

Presentations:

This workshop looked at catchment scale flood management using the Holnicote Estate project as an example. Andrew Pepper also gave a talk and led a site visit to the nearby RIver Pinn.

 

2010
River Restoration Course Module 2

River Restoration Course Module 1: Understanding River Restoration: Processes, ecology, planning and assessing potential

19th & 20th October 2010, Knepp Castle Estate

Presentations

8th & 9th June 2010, Manchester                         

Outline - Presentations

Following on from course 1, this two day course visited the Knepp Castle Estate. Topics included design and delivery, challenges and project appraisal. A series of presentations, interactive sessions an exercise and site visit delivered this content.

A two day intense, applied and interactive course which is underpinned by science. Attendees completed the two day module and by doing so helpe to facilitate knowledge exchange between disciplines under the guidance of the course facilitators.
 

2009

River Restoration Course Module 2

River Restoration Course Module 1: Understanding River Restoration: Processes, ecology, planning and assessing potential

29th September 2009, Midhurst

Presentations & Exercise

9th & 10th June 2009, Cranfield University Presentations & Exercise

3rd & 4th February 2009, New Forest    Outline - Presentations

Following on from course 1, this two day course visited Shoreham Loop, Midhurst. Topics included design and delivery, challenges and project appraisal. A series of presentations, interactive sessions an exercise and site visit delivered this content.

A two day intense, applied and interactive course which is underpinned by science. Attendees completed the two day module and by doing so helpe to facilitate knowledge exchange between disciplines under the guidance of the course facilitators.
 

2008

River Restoration Course Module 1: Understanding River Restoration: Processes, ecology, planning and assessing potential

18th & 19th November 2008, Silsoe, Bedfordshire

Outline - Presentations

A two day intense, applied and interactive course which is underpinned by science. Attendees completed the two day module and by doing so helpe to facilitate knowledge exchange between disciplines under the guidance of the course facilitators.

 

2006

The need for river restoration monitoring to establish the true potential (and constraints) to delivering good ecological potential

12th - 13th December 2006, New Forest  

Final Report   -   Presentations

This seminar brought together people from a range of disciplines with the aim of working towards agreeing a river restoration monitoring framework capable of providing guidance about the range of monitoring methodologies available and the level of monitoring needed for a given project size and set of objectives.

 

2001

River Restoration and Geomorphology training workshop

River Restoration and Chalk Streams

25th April 2001, Coventry                             

Proceedings - Presentations

22nd & 23rd January 2001, Hatfield

Report - Outputs

This workshop looked at catchment scale flood management using the Holnicote Estate project as an example. Andrew Pepper also gave a talk and led a site visit to the nearby RIver Pinn.

This workshop looked at catchment scale flood management using the Holnicote Estate project as an example. Andrew Pepper also gave a talk and led a site visit to the nearby RIver Pinn.