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Media coverage May 2019

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Guardian, 31 May 2019

Large expansion to 'blue belt' of UK's protected marine areas


Oban Times, 27 May 2019

Tackle salmon decline now or our jobs are gone

The Herald Scotland, 27 May 2019

Job fears over wild salmon 'crisis'

Scotsman, 27 May 2019

Scotland's west coast named UK's first Hope Spot for rich marine life

The Herald, Scotland, 27 May 2019

Argyll coast ranked alongside the South Pacific for rich marine life


The Independent, 22 May 2019

Eight million salmon killed in a week by sudden surge of algae in Norway

BBC News website, 21 May 2019

Scottish government "too close" to salmon farmers

Scotsman, 20 May 2019

Salmon farming company Mowi investigated over chemical use


BBC News website, 20 May 2019

Is there a problem with salmon farming?

BBC One, Monday 20 May 2019, 8.30pm

Panorama - Salmon Farming Exposed

BBC News website, 20 May 2019

Salmon farming giant Mowi probed over chemical use

Herald Scotland, 20 May 2019

Falling stocks of wild salmon will see tourist anglers "avoid Scotland"

BBC News website, 19 May 2019

Dredger damaged Loch Carron reef secures protected status

Scotsman, 18 May 2019

Loch Carron closes to scallop dredgers today, and the fishing industry fears more radical measures to protect marine life in the offing 

Scotsman, 17 May 2019

Polluting Lochaber salmon hatchery "should close" after sewage leak endangers pearls

Argyllshire Advertiser, 17 May 2019

Hope springs eternal - just off the coast

Argyll marine conservation groups have joined forces to have a chunk of our coastal waters declared a "Hope Spot" - in a first for the British Isles.

Daily Mail, 11 May 2019

Salmon fees cut as stocks dip

Scottish Field, May edition, pages 36 & 37

Troubled waters - using wrasse as "cleaner fish" in Scottish fish farms is landing the aquatic ecosystem in a precarious position: article by Charles Miller, executive director of SIFT, the Sustainable Inshore Fisheries Trust.  Page 1   Page 2

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