Michael Heath starts Cray Project blog

Cray Project Officer Michael Heath has started a blog about the Cray River-keeper team’s work. The blog is hosted on the website of Thames21, the organisation he is employed by to help manage the volunteer effort to clean up the Cray and improve habitat  for wildlife, thereby increasing the enjoyment of the river and its environs by residents and visitors alike.

The latest instalment is here, showing team members in action further afield:

http://www.thames21.org.uk/?p=11734

To see previous stories, including photographs of work being done on the Cray, just click the River Cray Project tag at the bottom left of each post.

Thames21 Cray Project Officer Michael Heath has started a blog, to keep supporters and potential new recruits up to date with the important work being done to improve the condition of the river for people and wildlife. (Photo: Ron Pearson)

Thames21 Cray Project Officer Michael Heath has started a blog, to keep supporters and potential new recruits up to date with the important work being done to improve the condition of the river for people and wildlife. (Photo: Ron Pearson)

To get involved, learn new skills and make new friends, contact Michael at michael.heath@thames21.org.uk or 07968 805751.

 

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