The purpose of this resource is to provide guidance and suggestions for capturing more meaningful metrics on engagement (citizen science, volunteering etc) and the social and economic benefits of work by CaBA partnerships.
This document brings together a number of easy-to-install monitoring measures that can be used to help
understand the effectiveness of field scale agricultural measures or Natural Flood Management schemes in catchments.
This report has been written to help catchment partnerships, and other local environmental organisations, better understand the opportunities for, and ways to rise to the challenges of, attracting additional investment for environmental gain.
This guide is designed to assist landowners in the Shropshire area carry out small-scale maintenance work on watercourses running through their land.
Litter picks are a great way to bring a community together. They can also make a huge difference in your local environment, allowing nature to thrive. Some people find the idea of organising your own litter pick a bit daunting—but it doesn’t have to be!
The Desktop CaBA GIS Data Package is a set of over 150 data layers, which is provided to CaBA Catchment Hosts under a license negotiated centrally with the data providers. Version 5 is a complete refresh of all the preceding versions and has some great new data in it too.
Water StewardshipWater ResourcesRiver Restoration & WildlifeVolunteers & Citizen ScienceUrban Water ManagementClimate ChangeTechnical Support & TrainingFlood ResilienceEstuaries & CoastsUsing Data & EvidenceWater QualityNatural CapitalRural Land Management
A case study: Water Sensitive Farming (WSF) is an initiative that delivers benefits for water resources, as well as for the wider environment, farm businesses and supply chains.
A case study on how Action for the River Kennet (ARK) and Thames Water are working together to show people the value of water, working with around 90 schools and groups and reaching almost 9,000 children.
The guidance is primarily for NFM scheme developers who use Leaky Woody Structures (LWS), but it will also inform landowners, commissioning bodies, contractors and consenting bodies about the risks they need to consider when planning the installation of these structures.
A case Study – A market-based approach using systems thinking to deliver multiple ecosystem improvements with benefits spanning water quality, flood management, resilience, development and population growth, and socio-economic impact.