Latest S&TC News & Views
Below you can have a read of the latest S&TC news and views.
These articles describe what is happening in the industry (we always have one ear to the ground), our stance on important topics (based on our extensive scientific knowledge and 115+ years of experience), and how our campaigns are progressing (what your support helps us achieve).
Our work and news covers a range of topics and issues relevant to the health of salmon and trout in our UK freshwaters.
Every month we summarise this news into a handy email newsletter, and we also send out occasional press releases - subscribe here to join our S&TC news list and stay in the know.
Salmon Farming News & Views
Scottish Government inertia marks anniversary of Scottish Parliament’s Environment Committee’s report into salmon farming
Scottish salmon farming seeks to expand as publication of Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy Committee report approaches
Scottish Ministers ordered to disclose names of Scotland’s ‘liciest’ salmon farms to Salmon & Trout Conservation Scotland
Unprecedented collapse of salmon run in South-West Highlands underlines failure of Scottish Government to protect wild fish from the catastrophically negative impact of salmon farming
Mounting evidence of need to modernise salmon farming – collapse of salmon run in South-West Highlands
New report estimates that Scottish salmon farming mortalities are now running at 20 million fish a year despite 2/3rds of the industry being certified as RSPCA Assured
Living Rivers News & Views
From source to sea: S&TC unite with Marine Conservation Society (MCS) to highlight plastic’s destructive journey
S&TC joins partners across the Northern Hemisphere to launch the International Year of the Salmon (IYS) 2019
S&TC response to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee consultation over the Agriculture Bill 2018
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