Find out why people are joining the Coalition and are committed to Saving Eden.
The Eden catchment and its rivers and lakes, like many others in the UK are under threat. These threats come from all of society and the demands we place on our natural resources. Development, agriculture, sewage, invasive species and sometimes just neglect and ignorance have all taken their toll. We all want healthy rivers and lakes, they provide us with clean drinking water, recreational opportunities, high quality wildlife habitats and flood protection, but none of us can achieve this on our own.
We now urgently need to work together to safeguard the future of the Eden’s rivers and lakes which is why the Saving Eden Coalition has been formed. By bringing people together in a partnership the Coalition aims to get better co-ordination, communication, shared objectives, targets and accountability in place to ensure we are all doing the best we can to drive better and faster outcomes for the Eden catchment.
Hosted by Eden Rivers Trust, the Saving Eden Coalition is an organisational partnership. It is open to representatives from the key audiences who influence and affect the River Eden Catchment and its rivers and lakes. These audiences are: Farmers & Land Managers; Communities; Politicians and Planners; and Investors.
Current members of the Coalition include:
Carlisle City Council | Cherish Eden Community | Cumbria County Council | Cumbria Wildlife Trust | Eden District Council | Eden Demonstration Test Catchment Project | Eden Rivers Trust | Environment Agency | Forestry Commission | Lake District National Park Authority | National Trust | Natural England | Newton Rigg College | Saving Eden Farming Think Tank | River Eden & District Fisheries Association | RSPB | United Utilities.
- A Summary of the Saving Eden Coalition Launch
- The Saving Eden Coalition’s Terms of Reference
- Nuts & Bolts – How the Coalition will work (a presentation by Simon Johnson, Eden Rivers Trust Director).