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This page is no longer updated. The Macaulay Land Use Research Institute joined forces with SCRI joined forces on 1 April 2011 to create The James Hutton Institute. Please visit the James Hutton Institute website.

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Dee Catchment Area Initiatives

Enhancing the Water Environment Dee Catchment Area Initiatives

Follow the links below for information about local organisations and environmental initiatives in the Dee Catchment.

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Dee District Salmon Fishery Board/ Dee Salmon Fishing Improvement Association – For more information about fishing on the River Dee and its management.

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Upper Deeside Access Trust – For information about access and recreation in Upper Deeside. The trust’s objectives are to protect the natural heritage and provide public access whilst supporting sustainable economic development in Upper Deeside.

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Royal Deeside Partnership – The Partnership’s aims are to utilise best practice to build capacity in the community; to undertake projects designed to sustain the local economy; to promote a sense of pride in the burghs of Braemar, Ballater and Aboyne respectively and in the surrounding areas.

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Dee Catchment Management Plan (DCMP) – For information about the DCMP that has been established to help to guide the statutory and other involved bodies in the implementation of actions required to improve water management of the Dee Catchment.