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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.
Join DRY Project researchers for an interactive visit to the Three Brooks Nature Reserve in Bradley Stoke, Bristol as part of British Science Week 2017! Learn how to identify and measure trees, find out about the environmental benefits trees provide,Read more
The days are lengthening and buds on the trees are starting to burst, as you can see in these pictures taken on the UWE campus this week. This is the perfect time of year to get outside and look atRead more
The song ‘A River Is A Snake’, composed by the folk singer and songwriter Sharron Kraus starting from the stories told during the two events ‘There is Something in the Water’ and ‘Think Water’, organised in the Bevills Leam catchment asRead more
‘The Reasons in the Fens’ is an event inspired by the CADWAGO Project. It was conceived and designed by Professor Michael Wilson in collaboration with Dr Antonia Liguori and Dr Lyndsey Bakewell, Loughborough University. The traditional Sardinian form of ‘LaRead more