The Middle Lea Catchment Partnership gathered on 01 Dec 2022 to recap on progress made over the year towards improving the state of the river and its valley.

Have your say on draft plans to improve England’s coasts, rivers and wetlands and how we manage flood risks.

The Environment Agency are recruiting for Agricultural Advisors to work with farms to help protect water resources across the south east.

Call for expressions of interest from farmers to take part in the first phase of piloting the new Sustainable Farming Incentive scheme.

Reserve your place at the 2020 River Lea Catchment Conference - taking place on Wed 22nd January, at Bayfordbury Field Centre.

Water is the stuff of life, but how often do any of us really think about it?

That's all set to change this month with the launch of the Love Water campaign on 8 July.

DEFRA have launched a consultation running from 19 July to 11 October 2019. It aims to understand how personal water usage can be reduced, and what measures need to be put in place to acheive this. We urge all catchment partners to review and respond to the consultation. 

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A project in Hertford is exploring ways to improve habitats on the rivers Beane and Lee, and Hertfordshire County Council wants to know your opinion on the ideas proposed.

This years River Lea Catchment Conference will be held 18th October 2017 at Bayfordbury Science Learning Centre.

Tim Hill opens the evening

Catchment Hosts, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust held the first ever River Lea Catchment Conference on the evening of 19th October.

Green Sandpiper

A cutting edge bird-tagging project using GPS tags has tracked a green sandpiper, a small wading bird, from Hertfordshire all the way to Norway and back.

River dipping at Lemsford Springs

On September 1st new members of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust were welcomed to Lemsford Springs nature reserve to explore the underwater world of Hertfordshire's chalk rivers.

The Thames River Basin District updated River Basin Management Plan was published today.

The invasive demon shrimp (Dikerogammarus haemobaphes) has been found at two new locations in the Lea Catchment.

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust have won an award from the Hertfordshire Branch of CPRE for their work monitoring and protecting Hertfordshire’s rivers. The Trust also received a judges’ commendation for their work on reedbeds at Amwell Nature Reserve.

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