Our Partners

Corporate Partners

By supporting the AST our corporate partners demonstrate their commitment to the conservation of sustainable salmon and sea trout stocks and the environment, which often underpins their business. Their commitment provides AST with core support and helps the Trust raise awareness of the key issues affecting salmon and sea trout.

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Funding Partners

The AST is proud to be supported by donations from the following charitable trusts and foundations:

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NGO and Other Partners

The AST works with a range of partners to deliver salmon and sea trout research and communicate that information to the wider public.

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