The Westcountry Rivers Trust seeks new Trustees – law expertise sought
The Westcountry Rivers Trust is recruiting two Trustees. Formed in 1994, the Trust was established to restore Westcountry rivers. Measures to protect rivers can help to save money for farmers, lower costs for water companies, boost tourism, reduce the need to dredge estuaries and even benefit human health. Everything the Trust does is informed by the best available science. Their work is driven by an ‘ecosystems approach,’ considering the function of the entire catchment, not just the rivers that flow within them
Today this thriving charity works with a wide range of stakeholders from landowners to local communities, businesses, farmers and water companies to restore and protect the rivers, lakes, estuaries and coastal areas for the benefit of people, wildlife and the local economy. Following a recent Governance review, the Trust is looking to re-shape its Board and are seeking to appoint people with a passion for our environment who can offer expertise in the areas of law and corporate partnerships.
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