The current Trustees of the Eden Rivers Trust are;
Robert Warburton, (Chairman), lives near Appleby. A dairy farmer in a family partnership with a keen interest in conservation issues, and previously Chairman of Cumbria Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group.
Nicholas Lloyd, lives near Penrith. Vice Chairman of Everards Brewery, Leicester and previously a Trustee of ENVIRON for ten years. He has a keen interest in angling and conservation issues.
James Carr, FCA, DL, lives near Carlisle. An Eden Valley farmer and riparian owner, prevously Chairman of the Cumberland Building Society, and currently Chairman of the Salmon and Trout Association. He is also Director of the Atlantic Salmon Trust and a Trustee of Cumbria Community Foundation.
Nick Marriner, FCA, lives near Carlisle. Chairman of Regional Fisheries, Ecology and Recreation Advisory Committee, he has known the Eden for 35 years as a member of Yorkshire Fly Fishers Club and is also a riparian owner.
Nigel Milsom, BSc, a former farmer, now lives at and runs The Tufton Arms Hotel in Appleby. A keen fly fisherman on the Eden with a wide range of interests in country sports.
James Turner, James Turner has managed Brackenburgh Home Farms at Calthwaite for the past 25 years. The River Petteril runs through Brackenburgh Estate where over the past 10 years James has worked closely with Eden Rivers Trust to implement riverside restoration and pollution control measures to improve the health of the river running through the estate.
Glyn Vaughan moved from Merseyside to Cumbria in 1978 in order to be closer to the fells, lakes, and rivers which allowed him to fully realise his passion for the outdoors. Glyn is a civil engineer, and has recently retired from the Environment Agency where he was the Area Flood and Coastal Risk Manager, covering Cumbria and Lancashire. He brings to the Trust 34 years of experience in pursuing solutions to flood risk that involve working with nature.