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The River Quin rises near Barkway, flowing south to join the River Rib at Gatesbury. The River Rib originates near Buckland, running south through Buntingford and Puckeridge to join the River Lea at Bengeo near Hertford.
2. Invasive Non-Native Species Control
This project aims to eradicate invasive non-native species (INNS) from the catchment. Read more ...
7. Restoring natural processes along the River Quin
The River Quin is being restored as part of a small-scale project that will train local volunteers. Read more ...
3. Friends of the Rib and Quin
A new community group has been established to support conservation and engagement across the Rib Valley. Read more ...
8. Re-naturalising the River Rib at Buntingford
Buntingford Town Council are looking to enhance 2km of the River Rib for wildlife and people of the town. Read more ...
5. Fish bypass at Standon
Installation of a fish pass over a weir at Standon to allow fish to move up and down river. Read more ...
4. Restoring the Rib for Wild Fish
Bringing the River Rib back to life; restoring the river to teem with wild fish and create a thriving fishery for anglers. Read more ...
6. Enhancing Pentlows Meadow for Wildlife
Braughing Parish Council are aiming to restore a section of the River Quin and its floodplain habitats in the heart of Braughing. Read more ...
1. Riverfly Monitoring Initiative
Establishing Riverfly Monitoring along the Rivers Rib and Quin. Read more ...
10. Riparian Rights and Responsibilities
This project aims to improve riparian landowner understanding of their rights and responsibilities and stimulate action for the river. Read more ...
9. Catchment Sensitive Farming - County Wide
Helping farms to play a key role in cleaning up rivers and streams. Read more ...
Projects affecting entire catchment
Last updated: 20 December 2021