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)


'Enjoy the Dee' Leaflet launched.

We are delighted to announce the launch and distribution of our new 'Enjoy the Dee' leaflet The leaflet supplies you ...Learn more »

Natural Flood Management Workshop for farmers and land managers

On the 29th of March, we ran a successful workshop for farmers and land managers on Natural Flood Management. Over 40 people joined us to learn about techniques that work...Learn more »

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