Being motivated to get outside for a walk on a damp, cloudy and drizzling winter day is often too much to ask of some people, but not our band of Eden River Ramblers! Find out more about this innovative project bringing people closer to our rivers.
Restoring reaches of Scandal Beck and the River Lyvennet, improving natural river processes, using natural flood management techniques and creating habitat.
Twenty-three young people, two adventures and a willingness to try something new = social action, fun in the outdoors & life-long friendships
Helping farmers in the Petteril, Lowther and Leith catchments make the most of Countryside Stewardship schemes
An insight into how a community shared and expressed their experiences following the 2015 Appleby floods
A three-year project to identify and install natural flood management (NFM) measures in the Cairn Beck catchment
An ambitious, interactive family exhibition co-created and developed by ourselves and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery and enjoyed by over 10,000 people in the summer of 2018
A five-year National Lottery Heritage Fund project reaching people of all ages to learn about, visit and care for Eden's rivers
We've been working in the catchment for over 10 years - and have plans for more improvements in 2019. Find out why we continue to work here
An exciting two-year project supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that will provide a wide range of opportunities for people to become pollution fighters, habitat creators and river defenders!
Beware the litter monster ... a 5 metre reminder of the devastating impact that plastic and rubbish has on our rivers, created by Primary School children.
In 2016, we removed weirs on two rivers to improve fish passage as part of our five-year Eden River Restoration strategy
An academic study with Lancaster University into how farming practices can reduce flood risk and improve water quality
How two artists worked with young people in Carlisle following the 2015 floods to create an innovative marble run that illustrates how rivers work