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Why England’s chalk-streams are drying and dying

The pressure on our natural resources is illustrated in the quiet death of a chalk-stream. And this year 2017, they are drying and dying...
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World Rivers Day – Kids, Creeks & Nature

Have a look at this short video in which along with the children of Gilpin Elementary School in Canada, river advocate and founder of...

Along with the migrating steelhead, Oregon river pool holds life lessons

A wonderful article and associated short video in the LA Times about the life and work of Lee Spencer who has spent 20 years...

The Great River Rescue is Coming – Sign Up to Help Your Local River

The public is invited to help rescue the nation’s waterways during the month of October, by taking part in England’s first national clean-up focused...

Angling Trust Urges Anglers to Respond to Consultation to End Unsustainable Salmon Netting

The Environment Agency has launched an informal consultation about the exploitation of salmon in England which, if the preferred option is chosen, could bring...

Pink salmon eggs hatch in the Ness

Source: BBC News Eggs laid by non-native Pacific pink salmon in a Scottish river appear to have hatched, a fishery board monitoring the fish has...

Norfolk chalkstream still under threat from pollution

Fisheries charity, Salmon & Trout Conservation UK (S&TC) has just completed the second year of its unique three-year national Riverfly Census. The census aims...

A river runs through it: the global movement to ‘daylight’ urban waterways

Tucked away in a corner of Sheffield’s cultural quarter, among the graffiti and red-brick housing blocks and a derelict industrial site, lies a green...

Protecting Bristol Bay – Simms Steps Up

Bozeman, Montana - Simms Fishing Products, the well-known manufacturer of waders, outerwear, footwear and technical apparel for anglers everywhere takes their Save Our Streams...

NRW launches consultation on catch control byelaws for net and rod fisheries

Fisheries are worth an estimated £150m to the Welsh economy each year and support around 1,500 jobs, therefore, it is important to protect them. The...
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