Win a £50 Amazon voucher in the DRY project photo competion– share your images of drought, water scarcity, water use, heatwaves, and water issues in the UK.
Volunteering We are interested in working collaboratively with the general public and primary and secondary schools to improve our understanding of the impacts of drought on plant and tree ecology in the UK. To find out more about our research and howRead more
Stories and memories about drought can help build local, historical knowledge about drought impacts, experiences and adaptation. We are building a resource of narratives about drought and water use from across seven UK river catchments. We will use a varietyRead more
Catch up with the latest news
This features blogs from members of the project team about their research and news of our recent events.
I spent three days visiting the DRY project River Fowey catchment last month. It was a great opportunity to get to know the area a bit better and make some very helpful friends! I was lucky enough to get gloriousRead more
The DRY project’s Jonathan Morris has written a blog for the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) regarding the recent and future potential changes to the water industry. “On April 1st the liberalisation of the English water industry forRead more
DRY Project researchers celebrated British Science Week 2017 with a visit to Savage’s Wood, part of the Three Brooks Nature Reserve in Bradley Stoke, Bristol. Savages Wood is an ancient woodland that was originally managed as a source of timber,Read more
A unique, free event combining science, storytelling and songwriting to explore our relationship with water in the Sheffield and South Pennines area. On Saturday 1st April, join researchers from several institutions for a half-day workshop by the Ingbirchworth reservoir,Read more