On this website you can adopt the Ver and raise issues about the problems of our river.
The water supply company which serves the local area which took over from Veolia Water in 2012.
The forum water group covers the rivers Ver, Gade and Bulbourne.
The Countryside Management Service works throughout Hertfordshire to enable local communities to enjoy, care for and enhance their local environment. Walking and cycling page details, “Health Walks” and other events/routes.
This site gives daily information of birds seen in Hertfordshire including where they have been seen -often includes sightings in the Ver Valley.
This site gives information and news about the events and meetings. Also links to other geology sites.
Working water mill on the Ver between Redbourn and St. Albans selling bread made from flour milled on site. Check for opening times.
Monitors the state and health of rivers in the Chilterns and organises events/walks.
The agency that looks after this unique area of Southern England. Check out the Chalk Stream pages.
Wildlife and landscape artist, who has painted many Ver Valley scenes and birds over the years.
The trust works to protect wildlife across Hertfordshire and Middlesex.
A short film written and presented by Charlie Bell of Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust. Rivers are drying and wildlife is dying. Dry winters and abstraction are causing our precious chalk streams to die of thirst. Find out about the threats facing our rivers, and what you can do to help. Popcorn is optional as this film only lasts about 8 minutes, but sums up the problems facing chalk streams brilliantly.
They look after the former water cress beds alongside the Ver just south of St. Albans.
The Roman City of Verulamium along the Ver.
St. Albans Verulam Angling Club.