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Tyne river report #GBSpringClean 2019 – we’re coming to South Shields! Pupils will watch salmon hatch in reel time Derwent fish populations set to improve An overview of floodplain gravel resource exploitation in the Tyne catchment We’re looking for Trustees to strengthen our board Salmon populations may adapt their eggs to survive in degraded rivers Our position on Anick Haughs gravel quarrying Making culverts more fish-friendly Moving muck to improve the River Don Volunteers autumn update Charity calendar on sale Surfers Against Sewage River Clean up at Monkton Burn FROM WASTE TO WHEAT FISH PASS AT SHOTLEY GROVE SET TO IMPROVE FISH POPULATIONS A few words from our Fisheries Manager, Aidan Pollard – July 2018 Hurrah for our volunteers! Helping the water vole return to Kielder HOW TO MEASURE FLOW IN YOUR LOCAL BURN SCHOOLCHILDREN SHOW SPADES OF ENTHUSIASM FOR ENVIRONMENT Team members qualify as River Habitat surveyors CHARITY CALENDAR CLICKS INTO ACTION FOR THIRD YEAR NEW FUND WILL HELP FARMERS TO IMPROVE LOCAL RIVERS WINNING IMAGE ILLUMINATES THE TYNE Volunteer update Farming fund exceeds 50 members FUNDING SEES SCHOOLCHILDREN SET TO GET THEIR FEET WET HALTWHISTLE BURN IMPROVES ITS FLOW RESPONSE TO EA CONSULTATION : Managing salmon fisheries in England and on the Border Esk National Lottery funding brings Resilience to Tyne Rivers Trust Volunteers tackle Tyne Invasives Volunteer Newsletter 15th August Volunteer Newsletter 28th July 2017 Wind in the Willows inspiration for Tyne photo competition Tyne Rivers Trust joins forces with Flood Expo Volunteers Newsletter 19th July 2017 Volunteer Newsletter 4th July Volunteer Newsletter 30th June Volunteer Newsletter 27th June Ratty Restored to Kielder Restoring Ratty Video on the captive breeding process Volunteers Newsletter 14th June 2017 Volunteers Newsletter 7th June 2017 Volunteers Newsletter 30th May Volunteers Newsletter 23rd May Volunteer Newsletter 15th May 2017 Spring/ Summer 2017 Newsletter Trust calls for river photos Volunteer Newsletter 8 May 2017 Volunteer Newsletter 2 May 2017 Spring/Summer 2016 Newsletter Autumn/Winter 2016 Newsletter Tyne Rivers Trust awarded fund to work with farmers Trust puts Salmon in Tyne Valley’s Classrooms

What We Do

Tyne Rivers Trust is the only environmental charity looking after the River Tyne and its tributaries. The work that we do is not just for a better river, but a better region and a better life.

We work with volunteers to drive the ongoing regeneration of the River from the impacts of its industrial past . We do this through practical conservation work. The projects that we carry out have a profound effect on our wildlife, our personal health, our homes and land, leisure and tourism and our communities.

We want the Tyne catchment to be healthy, biodiverse, and an asset for present and future generations.

We can only achieve this by working with volunteers and securing funding for our projects. Your support enables us to continue improving the river to enhance our region and enrich lives, for now and the future.

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Today our #volunteers were tree #planting along the River Rede! Revitalising Redesdale Groundwork NE & Cumbria ... See MoreSee Less

Today our #volunteers were tree #planting along the River Rede! Revitalising Redesdale Groundwork NE & CumbriaImage attachmentImage attachment

Here's our leaky dams GibsideNT in action. After the heavy rain at the weekend they were certainly slowing the flow of water. #GreenEngineering ... See MoreSee Less

Heres our leaky dams GibsideNT  in action. After the heavy rain at the weekend they were certainly slowing the flow of water. #GreenEngineeringImage attachment
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Today our #volunteers were tree #planting along the River Rede! Revitalising Redesdale Groundwork NE & Cumbria

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Here's our leaky dams @NT_Gibside in action. After the heavy rain at the weekend they were certainly slowing the f……

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Nice news for the bottom of our catchment: Rare blue lobster caught off North Shields coast…

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We'll be tackling Monkton Burn for the #GBSpringClean on Sunday 14 April. Join in and help make a difference. Meet……

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A fantastic morning training new #volunteers to monitor water quality in the #Tyne catchment. @plocaltrust

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Prudhoe pupils will watch salmon hatch in their classroom, thanks to @essity for its support…

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