Places are still available on the last Riverfly training course of 2016 which will be held on Saturday 15 October at Digswell (near Welwyn Garden City) in Hertfordshire.

HMWT, the Environment Agency and Queen Mary University London are seeking volunteers who would be interested in being trained to conduct the new Modular River Surveys.

Join Hertfordshire and Middlesex Wildlife Trust for a weekend of free walks, talks and children's activities - all at the beautiful Panshanger Park near Hertford.

Everyone is welcome at this annual get-together of everyone involved in the Beane and Mimram Catchment Partnership.

Join HMWT People and Wildlife Officer, Jennifer Gilbert, for a two hour stroll around the newly opened eastern end of Panshanger Park, the jewel of the Mimram valley.

A series of balsam-pulling days are being organised along the Beane and Mimram to try and control this invasive plant species.

APPLY SOON! Free practical river habitat workshops!

This spring the Wild Trout Trust, in partnership with the Environment Agency, is running a series of free, hands-on, practical river habitat workshops.

Singlers Marsh

On Monday morning (3rd June 2013) Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust & the Environment Agency will be hosting a visit by Richard Benyon, Natural Environment & Fisheries Minister.

Himalayan balsam flower

The invasive species Himalayan Balsam causes huge problems for our rivers.  Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust are planning several working parties this summer to pull Himlayan Balsam from key locations within the catchments.

The Catchment Management Plan for the Rivers Beane and Mimram will be launched at an evening event at Bayfordbury on Wednesday, 23 January 2013. For more information, or to request a place, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Priority will be given to people who attended the planning workshops in autumn 2012.

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