We work on the main river and along all of the tributaries, from Malham to Airmyn, on and in the river, along the banks and anywhere in the catchment.
Our current keynote project is DNAire – a project developed jointly with the Environment Agency and already part funded by the EA and the Heritage Lottery Fund. This is designed to allow salmon to return to the river and breed in their historic spawning grounds in the headwaters as well as to attract more people to use and love our great river.
We cannot do this alone and so we work with many other partners, currently including The Wild Trout Trust, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, The Environment Agency and Bradford Council. Details of current projects can be found by hovering on the ‘What we do’ menu item, or by clicking below:
DNAire – returning salmon to Skipton
River Aire Care – a river stewardship programme
Friends of Bradford’s Becks – caring for all of Bradford’s Becks
Worth River Friends – building appreciation of the Worth and tributaries
Aire and Calder Catchment Partnership – bringing people together to create multiple benefits
Riverfly – a citizen science project looking at invertebrates in our rivers and becks