Argyll Fisheries Trust
"To promote and improve the health of aquatic ecosystems and self sustaining fish populations. To understand the biology and ecology of all freshwater fish species, including those that migrate between fresh and marine waters, their environment and factors that affect them"
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Argyll Fisheries Trust News

Thursday, 25 April 2013

R.I.T.C. 2013 Winning board game!!!!!

This year I set the schools participating in Rivers In The Classroom a challenge to make a board game which would incorporate everything they have learned about rivers and the animals and plants that live in and around them. The results have been very impressive! Well done to all the entrants!

I can announce that Port Ellen's design has won and they will recieve a prize soon! Amazing effort!

Port Ellen's winning game, complete with electrictronic fish anatomy ID section!!

Argyll Fisheries Trust News

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Volunteers Needed!!

We are currently looking for volunteers to help make up a working party to help carry out some habitat restoration work in the summer on the Black Lynn which flows through Oban. Dates to be confirmed once we have an idea of the numbers involved. If this this interests you and you would like to get in involved with the work the trust does then email me at

Argyll Fisheries Trust News

RAFTS are currently recruiting a ‘Riverwatcher’, as part of the Pearls in Peril Project – see vacancy details in the link below. The post will be based in Beauly, under the Ness & Beauly Fisheries Trust.

Follow this link to find out more