Since then we have acquired a reputation as an influential advocate for salmon conservation within the United Kingdom. Traditionally our work has been in the freshwater environment, but more recently we have focused on the lives of wild salmon at sea.
Over £1million is needed to support this work.
There are two ways that you can support the Atlantic Salmon Trust Campaigns:
1. Make a bid on the Atlantic Salmon Trust online auction: www.astauction.com
2. Make a donation to the Crowd Funding Campaign: www.crowdfunder.co.uk/themissingsalmonproject
It is also possible to make a donation directly to the Trust. Please contact email@example.com
The Cromarty Firth District Salmon Fishery Board and Cromarty Firth Fisheries Trust are currently recruiting for a Fisheries Director.
Full job description and details of how to apply can be found by clicking on the link below.
29th March 2019
National Museum of Scotland
2019 is the International Year of the Salmon – a unique initiative which will bring people together to share and develop knowledge, raise awareness and take action to address the environmental and man-made challenges faced by salmon.
Working with partners in the Missing Salmon Project, the Fisheries Management Scotland Annual Conference will focus on how key pressures on wild salmon are being addressed and prioritised, drawing on international best practice.
The conference will be followed by a Drinks Reception & Dinner hosted by Fisheries Management Scotland in partnership with Loop Tackle.
Further details are available from the Fisheries Management Website: http://fms.scot/events/annual-conference/
Book your place on the conference Eventbrite site: CLICK HERE
National Museum of Scotland
Conference starts at 9.30am
Reception and Conference dinner start at 6.30pm
Draft Conference Programme: CLICK HERE
The Atlantic Salmon Trust is a leading salmon and sea trout conservation charity that seeks to improve the freshwater and marine populations of Atlantic salmon and sea trout from catchments flowing into the Atlantic Ocean. It is based in the UK but has a reach and reputation that extends around the fisheries world.
The Trust is looking to appoint a permanent and full time salmon and sea trout tracking co-ordinator to stimulate, develop, and where appropriate, undertake and manage fish telemetry projects so that we may gain a better understanding of fish movements and their survival.
To view the full job description, please click Fish Tracking Coordinator Job Description January 2019.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity, please get in touch via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are by CV and covering letter which should be sent to email@example.com no later than Monday 11th February 2019.