Free Riverfly Monitoring Training day

15th July 2019, 8:40am | By Mark Edwards |

Would you like to help protect your local river?

Gain the skills to become a monthly volunteer riverfly monitor by booking a place on the:

Free Riverfly Monitoring Training day 11th Sept 2019 in Calne

Invertebrates have different sensitivities to pollution so we can use their presence and abundance to assess water quality

For further information, to book your place, or to find out about other training days please contact: jess@bristolavonriverstrust.org

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