Riverfly Training Day

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    Start dateSaturday 23rd September
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    Start Time9.30am
    End Time5pm
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    LocationRestore Hope, Latimer Park (HP5 1TU)
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Riverfly monitoring is a citizen science survey that uses the invertebrate life of the rivers as a measure of river health. Once trained at an event like this one, you can adopt a designated Riverfly site on any river closest to you to survey on a monthly basis.

Learn more about the Riverfly method through the Chilterns, Hertfordshire and Middlesex Riverfly Hub.

The Chilterns Chalk Stream Project are hosting this Riverfly monitoring training day on Saturday 23rd September, 09:30 – 17:00 at Restore Hope, Latimer Park (HP5 1TU).

On the day you will be provided with all the equipment you need and resources for species idenitification, health & safety and so much more.

All you need to bring is your wellies, suitable clothing and a packed lunch; we’ll provide you with tea/coffee and biscuits.

Please direct any queries to our Citizen Science Co-ordinator, Hannah, at: chalkstreamsvolunteers@chilterns.org.uk


Additional information

Chilterns Chalk Streams Project
Hannah Parry-Wilson
Chilterns ANOB
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Get Involved

Join your local river group, campaign for your local river, join in with some practical conservation work or become a citizen scientist. Find out how you can get involved.
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Chalk Streams are great places to spot wildlife. There are a number of riverside nature reserves in the Chilterns.