‘Bag’ a Salmon to Help NASF
Proceeds from the recycling of farmed salmon skins will help to save wild fish
Source: Orri Vigfússon / NASF
The North Atlantic Salmon Fund has numerous volunteers around the world who are working hard to preserve salmon stocks. One of them, Sarah Forsyth, creates beautiful and durable handbags from the skins of farmed salmon.
These elegant daytime and evening bags will delight wives, sweethearts and daughters of anglers - athough most lady anglers have probably already discovered them. Now that you've organized your 2014 salmon season, you could well offset any recriminations your projected absence from home might engender by ordering your gal something to admire while you're gone!
Details may be found HERE and Sarah will continue to support NASF with proceeds helping to save salmon that are still swimming in the sea.
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