Can our rivers survive? Find out on 19th January…
Happy New Year!
As we dive back into action after the holidays, our dedication to safeguarding the countryside remains unwavering. The troubling condition of our rivers is, as always, one of our primary campaigns as we step into the new year. We’ll be discussing whether our rivers can survive at our upcoming event…
So join us on Friday, January 19th for our inaugural event of the year. You’re invited to savour a glass of wine or tea/coffee while hearing about our impactful work and delving into the fascinating outcomes derived from two years of gathering data on Herefordshire rivers. These samples have been collected by our fantastic Citizen Science team of over four hundred people all volunteering their time and expertise to help gather the data.
Additionally, our director Andrew and trustee Paul will unveil the marvels of the new Wye Viz open-source app, providing access to pollution data spanning the entire sampling period. Finally we have a precise glimpse into what’s occurring and where!
This event is free, but spaces are limited. Reserve your seat now by texting or calling us on 07870948576 or emailing email@example.com. The discussion will be held at Llangrove Village Hall, HR9 6FX 7pm – 9pm on Friday 19th January.
See you there…
We look forward to sharing our work with the Parish, Citizen Scientists and the Llangrove community. For more information about the River Wye and our Citizen Science Project please click HERE. So join us to find out if our rivers can survive, we hope to see you there!
To see all our other campaigns, which includes hedgerow protection and our PLAN team opposing damaging developments, click HERE.