On these pages are links to groups that do excellent river conservation work. This directory is intended to be a work in progress and links will be added as the ABF are made aware of them.

If you want your link to appear on these pages please contact us by sending an email to the address in the graphic below.

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The River Restoration Centre – A national information and advisory centre on all aspects of river restoration and enhancement, and sustainable river management.

The Thames Anglers’ Conservancy is a Free to join voluntary organisation established at the beginning of 2010 and run by anglers, wanting to help in the  conservation of the River Thames.

The Loddon Fisheries & Conservation Consultative is a voluntary group made up of individuals, clubs and organisations that have some form of vested interest in the River Loddon and its tributaries.

The Wild Trout Trust (WTT) is a registered charity. It is the only national body dedicated to the protection and survival of this iconic fish species, a living – and too often dying – indicator of the health of the landscape around us.

The Angling Trust is the new, single organisation to represent all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England. The formation of the Angling Trust brings with it a positive new future for angling. For the first time ever, there is a single body to take cohesive action to solve all the problems that affect our sport.

The BS Research and Conservation section recognises that rivers are a precious natural resource, and are in increasing need of protection and conservation.

The Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association … Norfolk’s fishing had declined into a shadow of itself and as all the time new threats were being set against it, eventually, the county’s anglers were forced to fight back.

The WSRT is a charitable trust formed in 1992 by a volunteer group of like-minded individuals, anglers, owners, river managers, scientists and environmentalists all of whom viewed with dismay the rapid decline of lowland river salmon.

4 thoughts on “Conservation

  1. Great work guys. Good to see this have its own dedicated section.

    I don’t suppose it’s possible to open up the link in a seperate tab or window, otherwise it takes you away from this site?

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