PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The Atlantic Salmon Trust Spring Conference, taking place at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, on the 31st March 2020, will share the results from the 2019 Moray Firth Tracking Project, the Tracking Project Plans for 2020 in the Moray Firth and on the West Coast of Scotland. Presenting how this information will contribute to the Likely Suspects Framework, and most importantly how we can best look after salmon. There is no charge to attend the Atlantic Salmon Trust’s Spring Conference, but it is very important that you register to attend.
Speakers from the Atlantic Salmon Trust and partner organisations will present on topics, including:
- The Likely Suspects Framework,
- Tracking Project results and how these are being used in Practical Fisheries Management,
- Research to Provide Evidence to Inform Policy and Improve the Survival of wild Atlantic salmon.
*The Atlantic Salmon Trust’s Spring Conference will take place at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, on the afternoon of the 31st March 2020. The Fisheries Management Annual Conference will take place at the Museum on the 1st April 2020.
The Atlantic Salmon Trust & Fisheries Management Scotland have arranged for a joint evening event on the 31st March. Taking place between the two conferences, in a relaxed atmosphere, at The Rowantree venue, Edinburgh. This will provide an informal evening get-together for delegates and their guests.
Please use the registration link above to register for the Atlantic Salmon Trust’s Spring Conference, Fisheries Management Conference and the Evening Event at The Rowantree. Each element can be booked separately, depending on which events you wish to attend.
Videos of the presentations given at the Missing Salmon Alliance Forum, at Fishmongers’ Hall, London on the 26th November 2019 can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC30Y78OU8-ywzZFqxE8X09QEvent Website