Save the Date for the Free Flow Webinar

Join us on 29 November for the Free Flow Webinar! Learn about ways to protect rivers and restore their longitudinal connectivity, see how dam removal can be applied to reach the European biodiversity target of restoring 25,000km of rivers, and more. This exciting and informative session will include keynote presentations, short interviews, polls, live interviews from the field, and even live music.

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About the Free Flow

The Free Flow project focuses on the question of how dam removal is understood as a river restoration tool and applied in relation to the new European biodiversity target free-flowing river target of 25.000km. The Free Flow project was initiated by the World Fish Migration Foundation as one of the Dam Removal Europe activities. The project is subsidized by the Dutch Ministry of Nature and Nitrogen, The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and Rijkswaterstaat. The main project aim is to mainstream and scale up dam removal in river basins Rhine, Meuse, Scheldt and Ems. This will be done by stimulating knowledge exchange, connecting practitioners, celebrating success stories and opening up discussions in the river basins network.

Free Flow Webinars

Within the Free Flow project, two webinars will be held. The first webinar is focusing on ways to protect and restore free-flowing rivers and how dam removal can be applied as a river restoration measure to reach the European biodiversity target of 25.000 km. The event will be part of the International River Symposium which will take place in Vienna on November 27-30 and The webinar is supported by the European Center for River Restoration, DRE supporter organization.


The webinar style, signature to Dam Removal Europe, will include keynote presentations, short interviews in studio and online, involve audience with polls, present live interviews from field and even live music.

Program and speakers to be announced soon!

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