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June 10 2021

NEWS: Rivers Trust Publishes 2020 Annual Review

Even in one of the most turbulent years we've ever known, the Rivers Trust movement has achieved some truly incredible things and its Annual Review for 2020 is now available to download. 

March 30 2013

New tree planting project completed March 2013

Some 15,000 trees have been planted at 2 sites in the Rockingham Forest, just north of Kettering. The new planting fills a gap in Weekley Hall wood creating a continuous block woodland covering over 160ha.
January 19 2013

River Nene Himalayan Survey

The Northamptonshire Biodiversity Records Centre (NBRC) are working with the Environment Agency to find out where Himalayan Balsam is growing along the River Nene.  Everyone is invited to take part in a Himalayan Balsam survey to search for the Pink Invader.
January 15 2013

Fineshade Community Orchard

This grant was awarded to restore and extend this old orchard at the Forestry Commission Top Lodge site and carry out a site survey.
December 21 2012

Nene Valley Nature Improvement Area celebrates first Anniversary

Representatives from a major conservation project in Northamptonshire, Peterborough and Huntingdonshire are attending a special event in London today (26th March) to mark the first anniversary of England's Nature Improvement Area (NIA) programme.
September 24 2012

Northampton Washlands : Flock to the Valley

Staff and volunteers from River Nene Regional Park and the RSPB invite regular and new visitors to the Washlands, to come and view glittering golden plovers and whistling wigeon through high-powered telescopes
September 11 2012

Groundworks North Northamptonshire Green Patch Meadow

The Green Patch is a community based organic food hub, supported by a core group of local volunteers. The meadow is the first part of the regeneration of the improved grassland within the Ise Valley. 

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March 18 2020


Due to the unfolding and rapidly changing coronavirus pandemic, we have changed our plans for at least the next 8 weeks.