Our Vision is that:
The Colne Catchment is a place where people are working together to protect and improve the water environment for everyone.
Water is clean, plentiful and, sensitively managed, meeting the needs of all those that rely on its resource but enabling it to reach its full biological potential, supporting rich and diverse populations of fish, birds and other wildlife. The Catchment is a healthy, economically vibrant environment, creating a natural and attractive amenity for people to enjoy and improving social wellbeing for present and future generations.
Any groups or volunteers interested in becoming Odonata surveyors?
We have some spaces on our training next week for our Water for Wildlife project - Dragonfly and Damselfly Surveyors Training.
There are spaces left on both 2nd and 5th August next week at Crane Park Island, followed up by a 3rd day of training when we actually survey (some flexibility on this third day).
Jane London Wildlife Trust
News for Upper Colne and tributaries
Cleanup on the River Colne 21st July 11am - 2pm
River clear up event and balsam pull meeting Moor View Watford WD18 6JQ
River Habitat Workshops for 2016
Hello, we are pleased to announce that we will be running our River Habitat Workshops for 2016, in conjunction with the Wild Trout Trust and Affinity Water.
The days are free to attend and open to anyone with an interest in Rivers and Wildlife.
• Monday 25 July River Colne
• Tuesday 26 July River Colne
• Wednesday 27 July River Colne
• Thursday 28 July River Stort
• Friday 29 July River Stort
All welcome – details for each of the days will be sent out once you have secured your place, please forward to anyone who may be interested.
Catchment areas of the River Colne
Roll over the map to highlight the individual catchments, click to visit the action plan for that catchment.