Month: March 2013

First CRIMP workshop a success

The very first CRIMP workshop was held on Sunday 24th March at Strathclyde Country Park. All twelve workshop spaces were filled; three angling clubs were represented, with members of Lamington and District Angling Improvement Association (2 attendees), UCAPA Ltd (9 more »

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CRIMP Launch 17th March 2013

The CRIMP launch day was a great success – 73 delegates representing 28 organisations attended the meeting, which was held at the University of Glasgow. We were delighted to see Professor James Curran, Chief Executive of SEPA and champion of more »

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Otter killed by illegal crayfish trapping

The Clyde River Foundation has obtained direct evidence that an otter has been killed in an illegal crayfish trap set recently in a tributary of the Clyde.  The shocking images of a drowned otter were taken by an angler who more »

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