Dee Trust Launches New Fundraising Video

September 10, 2020

The River Dee Trust is pleased to launch a new video to help raise funds to support the delivery of ambitious plans to reach a target of a quarter of a million native trees on the upper Dee during the coming planting season, which begins in October.


If you are able to, please donate here: https://www.justgiving.com/riv...

The project will restore one of Scotland’s most stunning landscapes, which has been lost for 2000 years and help safeguard the future of our iconic Atlantic salmon populations.


Enjoy the film and for further information please contact Trust coordinator Pamela Esson by email pamela@riverdee. org or by calling 013398 80411


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