Over the course of the CtC project, we have had an amazing response from budding scientists across the catchment who have been eager to get hands-on with the river. The Westcountry Citizen Science Investigations
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As spring transitioned into summer the time came for our volunteering groups to rear into action. In the last few months, the air and waters have warmed up allowing invertebrates to spring into action and
We have been back enjoying face to face events out and about in the Culm catchment. Here is a roundup of what has been going on during the first half of this year. We
After a summer telling stories at various events, storyteller Clare Viner went online to bring the stories into lounges across the Culm catchment. On 9th Dec 2021 a cosy audience of a dozen pulled
What a year 2021 has been! A complete rollercoaster ride again thanks to COVID! With one main difference - we were able to get out and about again and do in person events in
I’m getting ready for two Storytelling events that are coming up. One online on 9th December and one live at the Stoke Cannon Inn on 17th January 2022. Both of these events are free
This festive season, for the first time, Westcountry Rivers Trust (WRT) is taking part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2021 to help everyone revel in their Westcountry rivers. As a charity, WRT needs to seek
#ConnectingTheCulm Project Manager Steven Johnson spoke to BBC Radio Somerset about the project - you can listen to Steven's interview with Charlie Taylor in 3 parts here on this coming Monday, Wednesday
On 17th November 2021 the latest open Forum took place with over 50 people in attendance. The CtC team reflected back on recent work and opened up the floor for people to share their thoughts
During July a mysterious piece of equipment was installed on the River Culm’s main channel: the Culm sonde. But what’s a ‘sonde’ you may ask and why does the Culm need one? A sonde