These projects are the means by which the Wye & Usk Foundation delivers its objectives.
The overriding aim is to restore or improve the ecology of the two rivers and their fisheries. We do this in a way that also provides maximum biodiversity gains, benefits the rural economy and educates people in the management and importance of these ecosystems.
The typical format is a partnership of organisations concerned with the particular activity in which each project is actively engaging. In some cases the Foundation is the lead, in others we have been invited to join projects sponsored by another organisation. This enables financial resources and skills to be brought together, to both increase spending power and to extend the range of activities undertaken.
Partners and funders are listed in each set of project details.
Improving access for migratory fish in the Lugg and ArrowRead more
Returning the Elan to a natural stateRead more
A project to tackle invasive weeds in the Wye and Usk catchmentsRead more
Securing a better abstraction regime for the Wye and UskRead more
The Foundation has been clearing litter from rivers since 2004.Read more
Bringing together those with a shared interest in the Wye catchment.Read more