A volunteer survey network of habitat and wildlife across the catchment.
We are working with communities across the catchment to raise awareness and to reduce the impact household waste water and septic tanks can have on local wildlife.
Find out more about our work parties to control the spread of himalayan balsam, a non-native invasive plant.
A volunteer survey using a smart phone app to map and record the location and impact of polluted surface water outfalls in urban streams and rivers.
Fish reach new heights on the river Thame after a sluice at Waterstock Mill was modified to allow fish passage in June 2018
The Lower Thame Barbel Project was collaborative partnership project between Cuddesdon Mill Village Anglers Association (CMVAA), The River Thame Conservation Trust (RTCT), Thame Valley Fisheries Preservation Consultative (TVFPC), Greenford’s Ltd, The Barbel Society and the Environment Agency (EA) to improve habitat for Barbel in the Lower Thame.
Farm advice – Livestock
Two separate projects funded by the Environment Agency aimed to engage livestock farmers with the aim of reducing diffuse pollution across the catchment.