The Yellow Fish Project is a nationwide campaign to remind everyone that there is a good chance that whatever goes down the drain will end up in rivers, streams or the sea. Issues with drainage in Swansea have led to especially poor water quality. This makes our local water environments unpleasant for both people and wildlife.
Introducing painted yellow fish to the surface drains of Singleton Campus will raise awareness that these drains are for rain, and nothing else! Volunteers from the Conservation Ecology Society, Marine Biology Society, People and Planet Society, and the Bioscience Society will take action on Thursday 20th March using non-toxic paint to produce stencils of fish near drains. This will result in a step closer to stopping pollution for good.
Like to help out? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Friday 14 March 2014 10.51 GMT
- Friday 14 March 2014 10.52 GMT
- College of Science