Here at the Trust we pride ourselves on the expertise of our specialist teams. From building lock gates to dredging the waterways, managing our environment and protecting our heritage, our experts are always looking for new ways to make sure that your time spent by or on water is enjoyable.
We want to share what goes on behind the scenes in some of the specialist teams who keep our canals and rivers open and welcoming.
We’ve put together a series of presentations about our work. We hope you enjoy watching them.
National volunteering development manager Edd Moss talks about volunteering at the Trust.
National boating manager Matthew Symonds gives us an introduction to how we support leisure boating on our canals and rivers.
Find out how we keep the water in our waterways with senior hydrologist, Cathleen Ryan.
Our environmental advisor Peter Birch explains how and why we manage the natural environment of our canals and rivers.
Katrina Hull, our participation development partner focussing on health, sport and connectivity talks about her role at the Trust.
Last date edited: 4 January 2021