The River Wensum is the winner of the inaugural England River Prize


An ambitious project to restore the 70km River Wensum in Norfolk, which has delivered over 12km to date, has been awarded the first England River Prize.

The prize was won by the Environment Agency, as lead partner, in partnership with riparian landowners, Natural England and Atkins.


The River Wensum is a chalk stream of great importance for its wildlife, supporting species such...

England River Prize finalists announced


The finalists of England's first ever river prize have been announced.

After much deliberation by a panel of experts the finalist were chosen to reprsent four categories:

The four finalists are:
Large catchment project, demonstrating a whole river approach to restoration - Wensum, Norfolk nominated by the Environment Agency.
Value for money project, demonstrating...

Riversymposium now accepting abstracts!

Riversymposium is inviting oral or session submissions from authors around the world. Abstracts will be reviewed by the International Riversymposium Program Committee and accepted based on criteria including audience appeal and their alignment to the four Riversymposium...