Torgoch or Artic Charr are an iconic fish species in Llyn Padarn, Llanberis in north Wales; one of only three natural populations in Wales. They are under threat from several human influences and are a symbol of a clean, healthy environment. This aim of this Project,...read more
In 2017 the Clwyd, Conwy and Gwynedd Rivers Trust surveyed the habitat along the 10 largest rivers on Anglesey in the Anglesey Rivers Project funded by Anglesey Council’s AONB Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) (http://ccgrt.org/anglesey-rivers-project-from-source-...read more
This was the barrier to fish passage, which was prioritised as the potentially most important to remove from the Clwyd system. A large excavator "pecking away" the rock face. The completed project which now allows fish access to the river above, creating about 7Km of...read more
Click here to access the form for the River Clwyd system records. Click here to add records for the River Conwy system records. As the year 2013 comes to an end, we are pleased to announce that much progress has been made on the River Conwy. The efforts to eradicate...read more
Campaign for the Protection of Welsh Fisheries takes over responsibility for tributary improvement project. Following the Trust’s extensive habitat improvement work on a two-mile length of the Dwr Iâl, a small tributary of the Afon Clwyd, the Campaign for the...read more
Reporting an environmental incident
To report an environmental incident such as suspected poaching, pollution or wildlife crime, the dumping of hazardous or industrial waste and illegal abstraction from watercourses etc, call Natural Resources Wales’ incident hotline on 0300 065 3000 (24 hour service).
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