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JOIN THE SALMON CLUB

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#wildsalmonfirst

The Salmon Club’s main goal is to support the Atlantic Salmon Trust by creating an extensive community with a strong online presence that would fuel a passion and enthusiasm for the protection of wild Atlantic salmon. The funds raised by The Salmon Club’s membership fees and additional donations will, first and foremost, support an evidence-based approach to saving Atlantic salmon in the UK.

For a membership fee of at least £250 per annum ( or £21 per month ), the Salmon Club member will help contribute to these efforts as well as enjoy the following benefits:

  • Connections to like minded individuals who share your passion
  • Exclusive invitation to the Annual Salmon Club Event in London
  • Invites to Exclusive Q&A sessions with the key decision makers and scientists at the AST
  • Regular updates and feedback on how funding is supporting Atlantic Salmon conservation
  • Exclusive discounts from selected retailers

It is quick and easy to pledge your support and #jointheclub, just click here to make your online donation. If you would like any more information on The Salmon Club , please email salmonclub@atlanticsalmontrust.org

Tom Leslie, owner of outdoor sports emporium Fin & Game and The Chairman of The Salmon Club, explains how he hopes the initiative will be effective, “The Atlantic Salmon Trust through the Missing Salmon Project and the development of The Likely Suspects Framework is providing a vital evidence based approach to first of all finding out what is going wrong with UK wild salmon and then looking to put forward management solutions that will make a difference. The job of The Salmon Club is to support the Trust and spread the word so we can help save this iconic fish from declining even further. We have to demonstrate there is a crisis and we have to #wildsalmonfirst”

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Current Campaigns...

Acoustic Tracking Project

Acoustic Tracking Project


The Atlantic Salmon Trust has taken its first steps in rolling out its vision for the Acoustic Tracking project. Dr. Matt Newton started with the Trust on 17th May 2017 and is beginning to outline the future of acoustic tracking […]

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e-DNA Project

e-DNA Project


Environmental DNA (eDNA) Project: Understanding pelagic by-catch For some time there has been concern about the level of accidental killing of salmon by pelagic vessels at sea during migrations from and to their rivers of origin. Previous research has shown […]

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Salmon Aquaculture

Salmon Aquaculture


Salmon Aquaculture The AST firmly believes that ICES (the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) has now provided convincing evidence of both direct impacts and major risks from open cage salmon aquaculture on wild salmon and sea trout […]

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Protecting and Restoring our Small Streams

Protecting and Restoring our Small Streams


For many years The Atlantic Salmon Trust has recognised the vital importance of small streams. The Trust has actively encouraged, not alone research into the biology of small streams, but spearheaded an initiative to train volunteers in the mapping and […]

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