I hope many of you are going to attend this on Saturday. Even if you are unsure if you can commit to the project, feel free to go along and find out more. It promises to be a very informative day.
There will be interested (potential) volunteers from various local groups. It would be a sad state of affairs if the anglers were outnumbered. For the people that like to talk about how much they care for the river and the fish, here is a chance to turn those words into action.
“Caring for the Clyde”
2nd Clyde Riverfly Monitoring Partnership (CRIMP) Citizen Science Meeting
Saturday 8th March 2014
Time: 11.30 – 15.00
Graham Kerr Building, University of Glasgow, University Avenue, G12 8QQ
11.30 – Registration
11.45 – Dr William Yeomans (Clyde River Foundation) – Welcome and Introduction
Citizen Science for Communities
12:00 – Lesley Deans (CRIMP co-ordinator) – CRIMP’s First Year
12.15 – Theo Thomas – Love the Lea – Citizen Science in an Urban Watershed
13.00 Tea and Cake
Citizen Science for Schools
13:45 – Lizzie Willows – Riverfly Monitoring for Schools
14.10 – Lesley Deans – Clyde Living Lab – a proposal for Secondary Schools
14.30 – What Next?
If you wish to attend the meeting on March 8th, please formally register your place with the Project Coordinator, Lesley Deans.
Tel: 0141 330 5080