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WTT Video Hub
Welcome to our video hub! This is how you can easily find all of our video content. Videos are grouped into themes that are described below.
Click on the links in green to see the videos. If the video frame doesn't appear, refresh the page.
An introduction to the WTT and the video hub. Take two minutes to see why we are so passionate about wild trout before paging down to a list of all the other videos available.
These videos are step-by-step guides to successfully completing specific habitat works and stream conservation techniques. The first three are vital and apply to ANY practical project:
Gravel management for optimum spawning success
Tree Management for rivers and fisheries
Log pinning Positioning and fixing log flow defectors to create scour pools and clean gravel.
Creating rivers from scratch. A video of a presentation by WTT Conservation Officer Tim Jacklin describing large scale river restoration projects in East Anglia - Rivers Witham, Glaven and Bain.
Sea trout, big trout and catching Landrovers. A video of a presentation by WTT Conservation Offcier Andy Thomas describing projects on the River Lark in Suffolk and the Monks Brook in Hampshire.
Loughs Agency Partnership. Two videos showing trout habitat in Ireland, created during four practical habitat improvement demonstration days.
River Wandle Case Study Part 1
Rivers Week 2013. Two short features of joint WTT and EA volunteer training on the Hampshire Whitewater and Blackwater
The Emriver. A river simulator able to replicate river habitat processes on a small scale.
‘Liquid Gold’ River Allen video now includes footage of the Stanbridge Mill. Watch here
2014 Conservation Awards winner, the Eastridge Estate and WIndrush AEC, River Kennet. Click here
The life aquatic!
The Big Issues
Dredging: the unintended consequences of dredging, demonstrated using the Emriver
Bank erosion: A matter of balance
Biosecurity for anglers with Stuart Crofts
The impact of small scale hydropower schemes on fish
Why weirs are a problem for migration for all trout - two videos on this page, one short from the UK showing small resident trout trying to ascend a weir (click here) and a longer video from Trout Unlimited in the USA (click here)
Why weirs cause degraded habitat
Rivers on the edge. (Threatened chalkstreams)
The positive impact that trees have on rivers - including increasing infiltration, reducing overland flow, reducing soil erosion, protecting banks. Three videos are available on our Trees and Rivers page.
Trout in the Town
Phil Sheriden's talk at the Urban Conclave 2103 : Resilience