The River Keeper Project is educational, creative, scientific and experimental. Our collective experience shows that people want and need a voice, a better chance in life, an opportunity to be heard, a better future for the next generation, a sense of belonging to a place and community. So beginning with the River Dart, we are testing out activities designed to re-connect rivers and their watersheds with people and communities. We want rivers and watersheds to be cared for by more people and to receive better protection and management based on a shared vision of the future. And we want to invite people in communities, businesses (including landowners), all kinds of civil society groups and families of all ages and backgrounds to join in.
Would you like to participate? Let us know.