A Date For Your Diary: AST Livestream, 24 May 2021

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We are delighted to be hosting our very own online event this month (24 May) to discuss Restoring Wild Fish Populations, between 6.30-7.30pm. This livestream will broadcast from The Macallan Estate, where we will be joined by Peter Cairns from SCOTLAND: The Big Picture to discuss Rivers & Rewilding, and our Charitable Partner, The Macallan.

We are also excited to share the premiere of our new short film, Roadtrip to Discovery, featuring two of our Ambassadors; Robson Green and Jim Murray. On a mini-tour of Scotland, both Robson and Jim are joined by colleagues from both the Moray Firth and West Coast Tracking Projects to learn more about the ground-breaking work being carried out to support wild fish populations.

In addition to the discussions, we will be holding a Q&A session with our panel of experts: Mark Bilsby, our CEO, Peter Landale, Ambassador for the Missing Salmon Alliance and Dr. Colin Bull, Principal Investigator of the Likely Suspects Framework. They will be discussing topics such as our tracking work and supporting the restoration of wild fish populations.

To get involved, please send your questions to administrator@atlanticsalmontrust.org before 12pm on Monday 24th May 2021.

With special thanks to our Charitable Partner, The Macallan, for hosting us.

Click here for full information about our Spring Webinar and to register.

Closing our event, we will be announcing the winner of our exciting prize draw. Generously donated by RIPP Sporting Ltd and the East Ranga, this fantastic fishing experience on the extraordinary East Ranga River, Iceland, is for two rods with accommodation at the stunning Aurora Lodge. This fantastic prize is worth £12,000!

For full details and to enter, click here. Prize exclusions and Terms & Conditions apply.


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aenoon

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What will happen if Moray does not progress to Level 2 COVID cases remain stubbornly high in Moray
Travel is already allowed throughout the land, Malcolm, and if is a web streaming event, wont be that difficult to comply with distance regulations!
More to the point, just glanced at the Icelandic fishing prize draw, £50 per ticket, but down at bottom of blurb, says for "free" postal entries, send details to Redgorton??????????????????????
What?
£50 on line entry, free entry by post?
 

williegunn

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Travel is already allowed throughout the land, Malcolm, and if is a web streaming event, wont be that difficult to comply with distance regulations!
Word is Moray might not go down to Level 2 on the 17th, then would people be allowed to travel to a Level 3 from a Level 2?
 

williegunn

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Word is?
That the two guys in the pub (outside of course!), talking.
Whatever you want, it is a risk, there ought to be some sort of alternative planning in place.
The two guys must have been reading the P&J.

 
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disappearingsalmon

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I am concerned as a couple of this 'Kent' strain cases have now appeared in GoS, a hop skip and jump from Moray. There was a scare there much earlier in the year, I do hope they close it down v quickly. I am due in mid Spey next week.

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