Catchment Planning in Scotland

The Dee Catchment Partnership was formed in 2003 to manage, protect and enhance the River Dee and it's tributaries. In working together with a number of agencies, landowners and interest groups, we can deliver integrated catchment management. This effective approach is being used throughout Scotland.

Scotland's catchment planning initiatives: Spey Catchment Initiative, Tweed Forum, Loch Leven, Loch Lomond, South West Scotland Catchment Management Initiative (Rivers Annan, Nith, Dee-Ken), South Esk Partnership, River Almond Catchment Management Plan

River Basin Planning in Scotland

The CATCH network is a collaboration between people with expertise in catchment research and catchment, coastal or river basin management and planning in Scotland. CATCH - Integrated catchment management planning: a handbook for project officers

Hydrology for the Environment, Life and Policy (HELP)

 

Natural Flood Management meeting for land managers

We are holding a meeting for land managers to discuss natural flood management techniques on 29th March, 12.30pm, at Belwade Farm (Aboyne). Experts in using these techniq...Learn more »

Eurasian Beaver allowed to stay

Until the 16th Century, Eurasian Beavers (castor fiber) lived throughout Scotland. They were hunted to extinction for their fur and a glandular oil (castoreum) thought to...Learn more »

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