Monthly Archives: June 2017

Marine Scotland Salmon tracking project

We have a request from the Scottish Government agency Marine Scotland (the Freshwater Fisheries Laboratory at Pitlochry) for salmon anglers to watch out for tagged salmon over coming seasons. From July 2017 Marine Scotland (in conjunction with local DSFBs and … Continue reading

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Found – House Key at Tait’s Tomb car park

If you have lost a brass¬†house key at or about the car park at Tait’s Tomb please contact Cailean Moore or the DAA and we will endeavour to reunite you with your key ūüôā

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Become a Flood Warden Volunteer

The Conservation Volunteers in conjunction with Clackmannanshire Council and Scottish Government are seeking volunteers from the Hillfoot towns to act as volunteer Flood Wardens.   They¬†will provide¬†free training, support and guidance¬†to: Monitor, record and clear debris from burns Identify and … Continue reading

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A summer spate? ……… continued

A follow up on last weeks post as I noticed late this afternoon an interesting event on the SEPA gauges: I passed Castlehill this evening on my way home and in little over a week it has been refilled to … Continue reading

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A summer spate …….. maybe?

In time honoured fashion just as my delphiniums come into bloom ……… the weather breaks resulting in them being flattened¬†by the incessant rain and wind. There has been a wee bit of discussion here and on Facebook what condition¬†the river … Continue reading

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