Summary responses required

Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in East Devon, Policy, South West, Tamar
Summary responses required

The Environment Agency will soon ask CaBA Catchment Partnerships to give them feedback on their new Catchment Summaries, which will ultimately feed into to the second generation of their River Basin Management Plans. Catchment Summaries are documents produced by the Environment Agency: “A catchment summary is a standard Environment Agency product to provide information to […]

Local food big in Plymouth

Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in Policy, Tamar
Local food big in Plymouth

Tamar Grow Local (TGL) came away with two awards last week from the Plymouth Big Food Event held at the Plymouth Marine Aquarium on 10th June, organised and hosted by Food Plymouth. This event consisted of a conference and the Big Food Debate, the Big Expo for local producer / supplier stands and to stimulate […]

CaBA GIS Training Courses

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014 in Policy
CaBA GIS Training Courses

The use of spatial data and geographic information (GI) in evidence-based policy and decision making has seen a rapid expansion in recent years. Ecological and conservation organisations such as rivers/fisheries trusts, wildlife trusts and many others are increasingly being required to collate, manage and interpret spatial data and evidence in their work. As a result […]

Talking CaBA with the Minister

Posted by on Apr 2, 2014 in Policy
Talking CaBA with the Minister

On Monday 31st March, WRT was very pleased to have the opportunity to host a meeting with Dan Rogerson MP (Minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) and representatives from DEFRA, the Environment Agency, the Rivers Trust and South West Water. Jonathan Bailey, Chief Executive of the Trust, said, “The Catchment Based Approach provides a […]