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02/12/2014

FISHERIES CHARITIES AND ORGANISATIONS ADD THEIR VOICE TO GROWING PROTEST AGAINST NAVITUS BAY WIND FARM

Potentially impassable barrier for migrating salmon is a key concern
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26/11/2014

Angling and Fisheries Organisations Welcome Abandonment of Cornish Fish Farm Plan

Angling and fisheries organisations are celebrating news that plans for a fish farm off the Cornish coast have been abandoned. This follows robust criticism of the initiative, which would have posed serious threats to salmon, sea trout and marine fish stocks.
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26/11/2014

Salmon & Trout Association (S&TA) and Afonydd Cymru 'two cheers' for Natural Resources Wales's decision to phase out the use of cypermethrin in Welsh Government forestry

Responding to the outcome of the NRW's Review of the Use of Cypermethrin in Forestry (1), the Salmon & Trout Association and Afonydd Cymru have broadly welcomed the environmental body for Wales, Natural Resources Wales, decision to end the use of cypermethrin in forestry by 2017.
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12/11/2014

Order a super Christmas Hamper and support the S&TA!


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21/10/2014

Dredging up Trouble: Government urged to resist playing politics over winter flood measures

Potentially environmentally-damaging dredging must not be prioritised over other proven flood-prevention measures in this year's Autumn Statement on 3 December 2014 is the warning to Government by Blueprint for Water.
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10/10/2014

ANGLERS! YOUR SAY IS CRITICAL FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR RIVERS!

S&TA urges action to support Blueprint "Save Our Waters" Campaign
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25/09/2014

Commission Bidding for the Live Auction, to be held during the Annual Dinner on 9th October


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