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Do You Know What Is In The Salmon You Eat?

The Angling Trust and Fish Legal recently shared this video via their regular newsletter as part of their campaigning to get all salmon farming...
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World Rivers Day – Kids, Creeks & Nature

Have a look at this short video in which along with the children of Gilpin Elementary School in Canada, river advocate and founder of...

Letting the Dove Flow

WTT Conservation Officer Tim Jacklin is working on a project to ‘let the Dove flow’ by breaching some of the 100 weirs that were...

National Survey Identifies Lethal Problems Below the Surface of our Rivers

Salmon & Trout Conservation (S&TC), a charity working to protect wild fish and their waters, has just completed the second year of its unique...

Vitacress and Salmon & Trout Conservation Join Forces on Water Quality

Salmon & Trout Conservation (S&TC) and Vitacress have joined forces to help reduce phosphate outputs from the watercress industry. In-river phosphate and invertebrate sampling commissioned...

Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s 6th International Science Symposium

Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s 6th International Science Symposium will take place November 10—11, 2017, at the Bonaventure Resort and Spa, in Weston, Florida. Open...

Study to reveal cause of dwindling salmon numbers

Atlantic Salmon Trust announces study during 50th anniversary celebrations Prince Charles and King Harald of Norway attend anniversary dinner Hardy’s reel sells for...

Grayling Boost for North East Rivers

The Environment Agency has released 12,000 young grayling to give fish stocks a boost in north east rivers. The fish were released this week into...

New fish pass opens up County Durham beck

A new fish pass on a County Durham beck is giving fish access to an additional 6km of habitat. The new rock ramp fish pass...
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Welsh Charr caught on film

Underwater monitoring has revealed one of the largest shoals of Arctic charr ever seen in Llyn Padarn, Snowdonia. Around 100 Arctic charr were recorded in...
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