The Dee Catchment Partnership represents and supports those with responsibilities for water management in the common aim of restoring habitat and water quality in the catchment. Our partners include statutory agencies, research institutions, organisations and interest groups, as well as land managers taking steps to protect water quality, and individual householders looking after their septic tanks and taking steps to save water.
A management group represents the partnership's core funding bodies and overseas the project, meeting approximately four times a year. The development and implementation of the Management Plan and our current and previous projects display the focus of our work.
Our Partners Chairman Independent Candidate Major General John Barr ...
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In the fourth of our monthly articles from the Dee Catchment Partnership, we hear about how they have been working with Aberdeen City Council as part of an international ...Learn more »
This month we hear about the importance of the grasslands on the banks of the Dee, and the hidden treasures they hold, from rare wildflowers to brightly coloured insects....Learn more »
- 16 Aug 2018 Blue-green spaces to help reduce flooding in Aberdeen - Piper Article 4, 2018
- 19 Jul 2018 Banks of the Dee hold hidden treasures - Piper Article 3, 2018
- 25 Jun 2018 Royal Highland Show
- 19 Jun 2018 Flooding models are a big hit
- 14 Jun 2018 River Dee highlighted in local wildlife film - Piper Article 2, 2018
- 01 Jun 2018 Newsletter - Catch Up
- 17 May 2018 Continuing the fight against invasive plants on Deeside - Piper Article 1, 2018
- 30 Apr 2018 Give and Gain Week
- 19 Apr 2018 Introducing the Dee Catchment Partnership - Intro Article, 2018
- 29 Mar 2018 INNS Forum launched