Patrick McNeill, River Champion by the River Lea

A Wheathampstead volunteer has been awarded the title 'River Champion' by The River Restoration Centre for his work on the River Lea. Read more...

Deflectors on River Lea

A group of local volunteers have worked hard to improve the habitat of the River Lea over the last year. Read more...

Brash buildout construction

The Wheathampstead Open Space Volunteers have been making significant progress in delivering the restoration plan for the River Lea as it flows through East Lane Carpark in Wheathampstead. Read more...

Bags of Help logo

Tesco's Bags of Help grant programme, administered by Groundwork, is open for applications from the 18th April. Read more...

Pollution in River Lea

Pollution entering the River Lea in Wheathampstead first reported in January continues to enter the river. Read more...

Caseless caddisfly larvae

On Good Friday, Riverfly monitors for the Upper Lea David and Charlotte had their best sample yet. Read more...

Partnership website training

Eleven representatives from the partners working across the Lea Catchment recently attended training to edit the catchment website. Read more...

Are you involved in an innovative and exciting environmental project in Hertfordshire? The Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Hertfordshire branch, is inviting nominations for the annual Rural Living Awards. Read more...

Ever fancied finding out how much water you use in the shower? This is your chance. Read more...

Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust hosted a successful riverfly conference with the Herts and Chilterns Riverfly Hub. Read more...

On 19th November 2015, WWF-UK, The Angling Trust and Fish Legal scored a huge victory in protecting our rivers. Read more...

New rules have been introduced to simplify the way septic tanks and small sewage treatment plants are regulated in England, protecting the environment and improving water quality. Read more...

Elver passing up eel pass

A new project, to install an eel pass, has been added to the catchment plan for the Upper Lea. Read more...

Design by LTD Design Consultants and build by Garganey Consulting.