On Friday 15th July Caroline Nokes, MP for Romsey and Southampton North hosted a roundtable discussion regarding the recent pollution of the River Test and our Lower Test Nature Reserve.
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As the UK once again shines a spotlight on the impact of invasive species, we highlight a new way for you to help tackle this issue on our rivers.
Want to enter our chalk stream photography competition? In response to this year's Covid-19 restrictions, you now have more time to do so.
A response to an article in the Times which tries to dredge up old stereotypes, pitting anglers against conservationists. We discuss the reality of the relationships shared in most catchments…
Keen to take action for our chalk streams, but need help to make your idea a reality? The new Watercress and Winterbournes Community Grant Scheme is offering funding for projects that protect,…
Our nature reserves are havens for wildlife - please do not swim in them
Feeling inspired by our splendid chalk streams? You could be a winner in our new Tales from the Riverbank Photography Competition.
Study has shown that pet flea treatments are polluting British rivers, threatening the ecosystem
Cheriton's chalk stream has been made a little greener, as children from the village primary school join their local conservation group for some wildflower planting.
The historic Eel House in Alresford has been fortified by crucial repair works, which were supported by a number of local donors including the Wildlife Trust.