The Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust AGM is being held on Monday 28th September at 19:00. Due to Covid-19 restrictions this years AGM will be held via Zoom. For more information and an invite to the AGM please contact Hew.Prendergast@oart.org.uk. To view the latest accounts click here and for the minutes of the last meeting click here
We are a registered charity working to protect, restore and enhance the rivers, streams, estuaries and lakes within the catchment. Our roots are in the local area and we work closely with communities, business and partner organisations to educate and inform as well as deliver projects focused on improving the environment for both wildlife and people. Take a more in-depth look at the work we do and the projects we deliver
Find out more about how you can support the Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust. Whether you fancy joining our regular practical Task Force or helping in our citizen science water quality monitoring, assisting with events or walking the river to monitor sea trout there really is something for everyone. Or why not become a member of the Trust and support our work and projects whilst receiving regular newsletters and information on our activities.
Our catchment covers parts of East & West Sussex, incorporating a diverse range of rivers, streams, brooks and lakes which flow through over 2,000 landholdings and both urban and rural environments. Despite their proximity, the two river corridors are different in character although the primary issues and concerns remain the same. So find out more about your rivers or why not get involved with our work.
The Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust
OART is a membership based organisation dedicated to the environmental protection and enhancement of the Sussex River Ouse and Adur including their tributaries, estuaries and still waters.
The Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust (OART) is a registered charity (No: 1082447) formed in 2011 from the amalgamation of two long-standing local organisations, the River Adur Conservation Society and Sussex Ouse Conservation Society.
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