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January 26, 2021

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It was a busy year, and we couldn't have done it without our funders, supporters and friends.

In the last year, we have embarked on our One Million Trees campaign and delivered some large restoration projects. Vital work has been ongoing to protect fish stocks, and the Trust also launched its education programme with schools.

Alongside the impact of coronavirus on the fisheries, the Trust’s fundraising efforts and the Board’s angling development work have also been hit hard. Nevertheless, we committed to a 5-year plan to keep us focused on delivery, so we expect 2021 is going to be even busier.

Living River Festival

February 03, 2020

The River Dee Trust, organised the first festival to celebrate all aspects of the River Dee on Saturday. We were delighted it was such a success after hundreds of people took part in a range of events.

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A Million Trees to Save Our Salmon

January 30, 2020

The River Dee Trust has announced plans to plant a million native trees in one of the biggest nature restoration projects in the Cairngorms. The project will recreate areas of landscape that have been lost for 2000 years.

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Callum Mackenzie Cup 2019

November 01, 2019

The Callum Mackenzie Cup is awarded by Ballogie Estate Enterprises for the most notable fish, of any species, caught by a youngster within the Dee catchment, including Rivers Cowie and Carron or one of the many trout fisheries in the district.

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Fisheries Protection

September 24, 2019

With the season coming to a close Fisheries Officers are still working hard to protect salmon from poachers. Poaching still goes on and can have a major impact on fish stocks, particularly when numbers are down across the country.

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