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Partnership Seminars

Dee Catchment Partnership

The fourth Dee Catchment Partnership Seminar Day was held at Douneside House (Tarland) on 11 November 2104. Around 40 delegates took part in a morning of presentations by partners, followed by an afternoon fieldtrip around buffer strips in the Tarland catchment.

Aberdeen University, Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdeen City Council, Alison Espie Countryside Services, Aberdeen Harbour Board, Dee DSFB, Forestry Commission Scotland, Glen Tanar Estate, James Hutton Institute, The MacRobert Trust, North East Scotland Biodiversity Partnership, National Farmers Union Scotland, RAFTS, River Dee Trust, Scottish Government RPID, RSPB Scotland, SEPA, SNH

Partnership Seminar 2014

Agenda and Delegates


SEPA Pilot Catchment project (Katriona Lundberg, SEPA)

Tarland Natural Flood Management (Mark Wilkinson, JHI)

Controlling INNs in Aberdeenshire (Gillian Forbes (SNH)

Eradicating INNS from the Dee catchment (Jamie Urquhart, RDT)

Outreach and education (Joanna Dick, DCP/RDT)

The UK LIFE+ Pearls in Peril project (Jackie Webley, SNH)

The River Dee PiP project (Lorraine Hawkins, RDT)

Buffer strips (Marc Stutter, JHI)


Partnership Seminar Day

13 November 2014

The Partnership gathered for its fourth seminar at Douneside House in Tarland last week. Over 40 delegates, representing a wide range of partner organisations, met to share progress on an impressive a...
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