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Record nummer 2251624
Titel artikel 25 jaar Viswerkgroep De Prik
Auteur(s) Schiphouwer, M.
Tijdschrifttitel RAVON : reptielen amfibieën vissen / Stichting RAVON
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 20(2018)1
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Taal Nederlands
Toelichting We zijn op bezoek bij Gert Jan Blankena en Romeo Neuteboom Spijker van Viswerkgroep De Prik. Dit vanwege hun 25-jarig jubileum en het winnen van de RAVON Stimuleringsprijs van €1.500,-. Aan de keukentafel van Gert Jan in Loenen brandt het gesprek los onder het genot van een schuimtaartje en een warme kop thee.
Toelichting (Engels) In 1992 a small group of fish enthusiasts founded ‘Viswerkgroep De Prik’, a volunteer working group of which the name refers to the brook lamprey. They started monitoring rheophilic fish species in the numerous small streams of the central Dutch Veluwe area. The goal was to create awareness of these species and their habitats in order to protect them. An important aspect of this effort was to stress the importance of these habitats and associated species to, at the time, the rather ‘conservative’ water manager who was mainly focused on agricultural interests. Over time, the working group has uncovered a great deal of knowledge and had an impact on management decisions regarding stream restoration. To date the working group is still creative, proactive, diverse and very much thriving. This year the group celebrates its 25th anniversary. Due to their important work RAVON granted them €1,500 to facilitate and stimulate the continuation of their work in this field.
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