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Latest Entries


Please, Miss and Sir -


Paul Knight has his list for the new Government

Two years later: are we fit to frack? -


asks the RSPB's Matt Williams

What's in store for our aquatic environment post-Brexit? -


Paul Knight outlines some scenarios

What the Riverfly Census Report tells us - and what all of us should do next -


Paul Knight looks ahead

Riverfly Census Report update: hitting the mark through the appliance of science -


Nick Measham is delighted with the plaudits from all sides the Report has generated

Game fishermen need S&TC UK and its Branches -




The great S&TC 2016 annual online auction - better than ever -


Veronica Kruger previews the new auction site and appeals for lots

Dead or alive, trees are the backbone of forest streams and rivers -


John Slader illustrates how dead trees are part of the natural balance in the New Forest

How do we prevent nutrients and other issues impacting the Upper Itchen? The first S&TC UK Workshop tackles this thorny problem with inter-organisational support -


We hosted a workshop yesterday (24th February) with the EA and other NGOs to seek ways in which to stop the rot on the Upper Itchen

When will they ever learn? -


If our SAC rivers can be compromised, what hope is there for our unprotected waterways, asks Paul Knight