How working together can improve our rivers

How working together can improve our rivers

7th Mar 2024 6pm - 7:30pm
Greenwich Mean Time

at East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

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2024-03-07 18:00:00 2024-03-07 19:30:00 Europe/London How working together can improve our rivers Red Rose Court, Clayton Business Park, Accrington, BB5 5JR

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This CIPS Branch face to face presentation at East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce will highlight the plight of rivers and what can be done to protect them in a sustainable way for the future benefit of wildlife & people. The River Ribble Trust was founded over 25 years ago and it has a pretty epic task ahead. They have a wonderful team of volunteers and citizen scientists that help with project delivery, data collection, tree planting, otter spotting and they help our rivers in many different ways. See how their volunteers are true heroes and how you might be able to support their amazing work. Don’t miss this great CIPS branch event.

If you have any queries please contact branchevents@cips.org


EVENT VENUE:

East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, Red Rose Court, Clayton Business Park, Accrington, Lancashire BB5 5JR

This is a face-to-face event. The evening will include a buffet and refreshments. There is ample on-site parking.  


EVENT SPEAKER

Jack Spees

Director and CEO, Ribble Rivers Trust. 

Strategically an advocate of the Ecosystem Approach to environmental conservation, finding a sustainable balance between the interactions of differing societal needs and intrinsic value of our environment. Focused on using the Natural Capital approach to delivering funding and finance into capital programmes to ensure both successful implementation and sustained change into the future.