We love and care for your canals and rivers, because everyone deserves a place to escape.
5 August 2014
An army of 2mm- long weevils have been dropped into the Manchester, Bolton & Bury Canal in Manchester to help the Canal & River Trust battle against a problematic water fern.
Posted by: The environment team
8 May 2014
Our framework ecologist Stu keeps us up to date with a robin nesting in one of our bird hides at Fradley Pool, Fradley Junction.
6 May 2014
The environment team in the North-East are trialling a new method of highlighting ecologically sensitive areas to our mowing contractors.
17 March 2014
Find out more about what National Science & Engineering Week, and what volunteers past and present have contributed to science & engineering.
13 March 2014
Jonathan Hart-Woods, one of our environmental managers tells us about his day out at Sprotbrough Lock open day on the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation.
6 March 2014
Ecologist Paul Wilkinson tells us what you can see out and about on our waterways after the floods.
22 January 2014
Two new Volunteer Coordinators have been appointed to help the Trust's Technical Teams increase their volunteering. Find out a a little more about them and what they'll be doing in their first blog.
15 November 2013
For two members of our environment team, a standard day out looking for pennywort turned into the most exciting day of their lives with the discovery of a monster mushroom.
The Canal & River Trust has top team of committed experts and enthusiasts, who help to protect our waterway environment and improve it for both people and nature. Follow this blog to find out more about the hugely varied work they carry out.