The Trust hosted a very successful Flylife Monitoring Course for trust volunteers on Friday and Saturday 8th and 9th May 2014 at the Tysul Hall Llandysul.
The event was sponsored by the Big lottery Awards for all.
Volunteers from the Teifi Rivers Trust, together with the other Rivers Trusts volunteers in Wales, regularly carry out Invertebrate monitoring on the rivers and tributaries. Training is provided by the Salmon and Trout Association in association with Afonydd Cymru and the other Welsh Rivers Trusts, The Teifi Rivers Trust, gratefully thank our sponsor The Big Lottery Awards for All scheme, who granted us the funding, enabling the trust to hold the course, and also enabling us to procure the necessary equipment that the volunteers use, and also to the management of the Tysul Hall for accommodating the course.
The results of the monitoring is collated in each trust by a co-ordinator who then passes the information on to Natural Resources Wales.. The NRW publishes all the information gathered on their website.
Picture above from left to Right Dai Roberts (Flylife Partnership) Nicola Broadbridge (Natural Resources Wales) and Glyn Jones (Afonydd Cymru and Teifi Rivers Trust)
Previous Flylife Monitoring Courses
For more information on Invertibrate Monitoring please click on the link below.
If you would like to volunteer to become a monitor please contact the Trust secretary firstname.lastname@example.org