Wildlife Trust Online: River Lea Catchment Conference

Date: Wednesday 2 March 2022

Wednesday 2nd March 2022 from 6pm until 9pm GMT.

Join us for the 2022 River Lea Catchment Conference!

This event is for everyone with an interest in the rivers of Hertfordshire and Middlesex to learn what’s been happening over the last two years to improve freshwater habitats in along the Lea and ask questions to the people involved in catchment management including water companies, local authorities, policy influencers and eNGO’s.

Programme

5:55 Zoom meeting opens to participants
6:00 Welcome and introduction – Tim Hill, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust
6:15

Chalk Stream National Strategy – Charles Rangeley-Wilson, Chair of the CaBA Chalk Stream Restoration Group
6:45
Working with Water in Enfield – Ian Russell, London Borough of Enfield

7:00 Break
7:10 Living Rivers 10th Anniversary – Sarah Perry, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust
7:25 Conservation and Angling; a partnership approach – Rob Mungovan, Wild Trout Trust
7:40
Catchment Assets for Water – Alistair Leggatt, Affinity Water and Kathi Bauer, South East Rivers Trust

7:55 Smarter Water Catchments – Josie Daman, Thames Water
8:10 A Volunteer Year on the River – Peter White, Living River Champion
8:25 Q&A
8:45 Close – Tim Hill, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust
For all the details and to book your place, please click here.

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