South East Rivers Trust (& the Wandle Trust)

Author: Kathi Bauer


Earthworms are probably not the first iconic species you think of in the context of river health. It’s easy to laugh at the notion that the wriggly pink strings that hide underneath your compost bin are a key part of Read more…


By 2050, the South East of England will need to find at least an additional 1 billion litres of water per day to meet demand in the region. That is about a fifth of the water used in the region Read more…


We have finally been able to install some of our baseline monitoring equipment, which we are using at one of our pilot sites for the PROWATER project! PROWATER is a partnership project we are delivering locally with Kent County Council Read more…


World Water Day has been held on March 22nd every year since 1993 to raise awareness of the importance of our freshwater resources. This year, the focus was on the links between climate change and water. We wanted to share Read more…


On World Rivers Day, we want to remind ourselves of the value of rivers to our society and the impact we have on them … Local legend has it that the River Nailbourne, in Elham valley, is the result of Read more…


“Don’t forget you can’t bring any single use plastic bottles into the building” These were the last words of the briefing to those attending this year’s Catchment Based Approach (CaBA) Conference. It was held at WWF’s Living Planet Centre in Read more…


On 5th March, we hosted the Rivers Trust Spring Conference in Canterbury (Kent), focussing on Natural Capital and Water Resources and launching the Interreg PROWATER Project.   “There has never been a more important time to talk about water resources.” Read more…