Beavers finally return to Cumbria after 400 year absence

Beavers are once again in Cumbria, following the release of a male and female into an enclosure on a private estate near Penrith

Aerial view of the river restoration on Frith Beck

A chute in the right direction

Giving nature a helping hand to reconnect a river with its floodplain and create new wetland habitat

rapids in the river

A natural approach to river restoration on the Lyvennet

End of a two-year project to improve flood resilience and wildlife habitat by restoring natural river processes and reconnecting the river with its floodplain

Digger removing a weir

Clearing the way for fish to move more freely

Removing an artificial barrier on the River Petteril in Harraby Green, Carlisle to make it easier for fish to reach spawning grounds

New online learning resource helps kids explore rivers from the Eden and beyond!

We have teamed up with other rivers trusts across the UK to help create a one-stop shop of free, online home learning resources.

river channel connected with the floodplain

Testing a ‘Stage zero’ approach to river restoration

Sometimes "less is more" when it comes to river restoration...

People pushing wheelbarrows full of rubbish

Step up and Act for Eden’s Rivers!

National Lottery funding announced today to power future pollution fighters, habitat creators and river defenders!

children planting trees

Tree-mendous planting in Trout Beck

Long Marton and Kirkby Thore Primary Schools really 'dig' tree planting with Eden Rivers Trust!

Farm machinery ploughing land

Tools for the (water-friendly farming) job

Tools for the (water-friendly farming) job! Our guide to equipment eligible under the current round of the Countryside Productivity Small Grant scheme

We’re getting ready to ramble!

Thanks to National Lottery support, Eden River Rambles will ramble onwards and upwards until March 2020!