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Newsletter No15 6th Feb 2018

Dear Supporter

Following up on the success of the campaign to halt plans for the large proposed fish farm at Dounie, John Aitchison from the Friends of the Sound of Jura has been invited to give evidence from the perspective of a community group, to the Scottish Parliament's Inquiry into the environmental effects of fish farming in Scotland. 

 

This is such an important opportunity to show Scotland's politicians just how many people care about the heath and sustainable use of places like Dounie that we thought you might like to know how to join in. 

 

If so, you can write to the committee hosting this first part of the Inquiry, with views of your own.

This 38 Degrees link will show you how. 

 

https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/clean-up-scotland-s-unsustainable-fish-farming-industry

 

The deadline for written submissions is 8th February 2018

 

Please tell your friends!

 

If you would prefer not to hear updates on this ongoing campaign please drop us an email.

Friends of the Sound of Jura

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The Sound of Jura is home to some of the most fascinating and diverse marine life in Scotland.  We seek to protect the Sound, the River Add and their local users from threats to the area’s wildlife and local sustainable economy.

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