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BRISTOL AVON RIVERS TRUST
"A Clear Future for our River"

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust,

36-38 Cross Hayes,
Malmesbury,
Wiltshire,
SN16 9BG

info@bristolavonriverstrust.org

 

Donations

BART is a non-profit organisation and all of our work requires funding. If you would like to help us to improve our rivers then please click on the link below:

MAKE A DONATION

Partners

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Research

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust works independently and with numerous partners to carry out research which will help to inform future work. Our main areas of research include:

  • Walkover surveys to assess the current state of the river and surrounding habitat.
  • Ecological surveys which involve monitoring the inveterbrates and macrophytes (aquatic plants).
  • Citizen science research projects involving the general public in data collection, for example our Waterblitz project where volunteers gathered water quality samples.
  • Other examples include mapping pollution sources and obstructions to fish migration, to feedback to funders and partner organisations.

 

Lastest research news…

Bristol Avon WaterBlitz 2018 – the results

Bristol Avon WaterBlitz 2018 – the results

Our Bristol Avon WaterBlitz is run annually to assess the health of the rivers and the streams within the catchment. As part of the WaterBlitz, participants test the water quality by taking

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Fish passage assessments at Radstock

Fish passage assessments at Radstock

Yesterday BART spent the day on the Wellow Brook assessing fish passage on three weirs in Radstock. We measured the physical characteristics of the weirs including water depths, height and length of

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The Bristol Avon Waterblitz returns!

The Bristol Avon Waterblitz returns!

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust (BART) is excited to announce the 2018 Bristol Avon WaterBlitz; a campaign to collect as many water quality samples as possible in a week from across the Bristol Avon

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New BART/University research students

New BART/University research students

BART are pleased to welcome our newest University research students this month from the University of Bristol who will be continuing our water quality monitoring along tributaries of the Bristol

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Walkover surveys find room for improvement!

Walkover surveys find room for improvement!

BART have been very busy recently, travelling all over the catchment doing walkover surveys and writing advisory reports for river improvement projects including the Corston, Newton, and Nunney Brooks

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