Month: April 2016

Wildlife Crafts Fair – Concrete Garden, Possil

Excited to be taking part in this Wildlife Crafts Fair at the The Concrete Garden for Voluntary Arts Week! The event is on Saturday 14th May and is being organised by Froglife. There’ll be a whole load of different art more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Education, News

Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference – Karen Dobbins

Less than 4 weeks to go for our Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference and we are delighted to introduce another of our speakers!  Today’s focus is on Karen Dobbins of the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership: Karen Dobbins is a Development Officer with more »

Posted in Angling, Clyde Catchment, Foundation work, News, River Avon

Mayfly Tales and River Rangers in the Douglas Water

This week we launched into the second phase of ‘Rediscovering the Douglas Water‘, a project involving Coalburn, Douglas & Rigside Primary Schools. Yesterday we were in Douglas with primaries 1-3, trying out some new material which went down really well more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Douglas Water, Education, News

Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference – Dr Phil McGinnity

In the run-up to our Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference on Saturday 21st May we’ll be posting a profile for each guest speaker. Today’s focus is on Dr Phil McGinnity (School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University College Cork): Dr McGinnity has been working in more »

Posted in Angling, Education, Foundation work, News

Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference – Prof. Neil Metcalfe

In the run-up to our Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference on Saturday 21st May we’ll be posting a profile for each guest speaker. First up is Professor Neil Metcalfe (Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine, University of Glasgow): Prof. Neil Metcalfe more »

Posted in Angling, News, Uncategorized

Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference, Saturday 21st May 2016

In just over 7 weeks we’ll be celebrating World Fish Migration Day with our Clyde Salmon Homecoming Conference.  The conference is aimed at anyone with an interest in salmon biology, fishery management or in the ecology of the Clyde system.  Please see more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Education, News