After an absence of more than 30 years, The Box Moor Trust returned Water Voles to Hemel Hempstead this September!

We urge all our catchment partners to input into the Environment Agency’s new consultation Challenges and Choices.

Registration is now open for ColneCAN's second annual conference.

This August, the Environment Agency (EA) recorded exceptionally dry conditions for the Hertfordshire and North London area.

Join the Ver Valley Society in Verulamium Park this coming Sunday to protest against the disappearance of the River Ver and the Chilterns precious chalk rivers.

Volunteers are wanted to help improve the Horton Brook in Colnbrook, Slough this October 2019.

Watford Borough Council and The Colne Catchment Action Network has launched a new 10 year project that aims to bring eight different sections of the River Colne into the public realm.

This Autumn, ColneCAN is launching a project to help Kingfishers find a home in urban locations in the river catchment. 

The Chilterns, Herts & Middlesex Riverfly Hub's third Riverfly Day is being held on 7th September 2019 at the Box Moor Trust Centre, Hemel Hempstead.

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 8th July.

Design by LTD Design Consultants and build by Garganey Consulting. From an original concept by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.