The UK's wild fish need protection & healthy habitats
How and why do we focus on water quality, water quantity & salmon farming? Find out more about our key campaigns below...
Water Quality & Quantity
Wild fish need clean and plentiful water, yet only 14% of rivers have 'good' ecological status.
We lead the fight to protect wild fish habitats from the many threats they face; including sewage, agricultural pollution, plastics, abstraction and, sadly, much more.
Protection on their migrations
Open-net salmon farming is harming wild sea trout and Atlantic salmon, through sea lice, disease and pollution.
Our legacy of successful lobbying has secured TWO parliamentary enquiries and numerous legal wins. We continue to push for closed containment and hold the government to account.
We frequently hear about missing flylife and lack of fish, but evidence like this has little weight in environmental decision making. We use river invertebrates to understand what’s really happening beneath the surface, using the data to campaign for better protection of our wild fish.
We rely on your support to protect wild fish and the places they live.
By donating or joining as a member you will be making a huge contribution to the fight to protect the UK's waters and ensure a sustainable future for wild fish.