Media coverage February 2017

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Letters page, Argyllshire Advertiser, 10 February 2017

Concern over siting of fish farm at Dounie

The Herald, 16 February 2017

Finding the balance regarding siting of fish farms

The Herald, 16 February 2017

Criticism of fish farm proposal in Sound of Jura MPA

Letters page, Argyllshire Advertiser, 17 February 2017

Objections mounting to Dounie fish farm proposal

Transcript of an article in The Scotsman, 21 February 2017

Scotland has an international reputation for high quality food and drink. Our fish is no exception and some parts of the world have a seemingly insatiable appetite for Scottish–reared salmon.

Letters page, Argyllshire Advertiser, 24 February 2017

Fish farm application is for salmon or rainbow trout

Argyllshire Advertiser 24 February 2017

Argyll MSP voices concerns about fish farm proposal

Sunday Herald, 26 February 2017

45 Scottish lochs polluted by fish farms

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