Our first Forum event was held in November 2020. Since then our Working Groups have been meeting, we've held several Catchment Adaptation Workshops, we've published our Evidence Review and we've developed our Vision for the
In our next Workshop event, Dr Freya Garry looks at the risks that climate change brings and Rob Hopkins imagines the rich and resilient future we could create.
Our next Access Working Group will be looking at opportunities to connect existing access routes along and around the River Culm. The session is open to all and there's no need to book. Just visit
In the following opinion piece, Richard Horrocks (pictured above at a river activity day) responds to the River Culm Environmental Evidence Review. Richard's career was spent with the Environment Agency and he is currently Riverfly
Our next Water Quality Working Group will be discussing learning from the recent beavers event, what the research is telling us about the state of the Culm, and demonstrating our catchment model. The session is
Have you ever wondered how cows and potatoes might be affected under climate change in the UK? Scientists at the Met Office have, in a recent paper published this month. The lead author, Dr
The last 4 weeks have seen a flurry of activity across the Culm catchment as our first round of Working Groups got underway. At each session, after quick introductions, we got down to exploring issues
January 2021 sees the launch of our first round of Working Groups, which will be the engine rooms for developing the Blueprint for the Culm - our long-term masterplan and investment plan for the catchment.
The Blueprint for the Culm is a long-term plan for the River Culm, the streams that flow into it, and the land that drains into it. It will be a practical management plan, shaped