The Fund has been set up to support farmers and landowners in the implementation of measures that work with natural processes to reduce flood risk to the major road network (‘A’ roads and motorways). The Fund is being piloted in parts of the Little Don, River Etherow and River Irwell catchments.
CaBA partnership hosts may decide to give up the host role, necessitating that a new organisation take over. The CaBA National Support Group (NSG) has developed this brief guide to assist CaBA partnerships to address both these situations.
This briefing note and StoryMap summarise the situation and contain ideas, case studies, contacts and links to further information, to help start or support restoration of some of our most cherished yet threatened freshwater habitats.
These tools aim to help increase participation and cooperation, resulting in more action. They have been created by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management on behalf of the Interreg North Sea Region, WaterCoG project.
The Environment Agency and its partners are holding a number of Rethinking Water Citizens’ Juries to discuss the important question: How do you connect with water in your local environment, and what needs to be changed in the future to benefit people and wildlife?
In this report, the CaBA National Support Group worked with the National Flood Forum to identify how Flood Action Groups and CaBA groups could work more collaboratively.
The Catchment Data & Evidence Forum 2020 and Webinar Programme was held online 18th – 20th August. Bringing together over 200 people throughout the three days it was an opportunity to share and learn about the latest developments in catchment monitoring, modelling, data sharing and analysis.
This new guide shares Tweed Forum’s coordinated, catchment-wide partnership approach to invasive plant species control, from consultation, fundraising and legal and licensing issues to landowner and volunteer engagement, species control methodology, GPS mapping, planning and monitoring.