Welcoming new member to Conservation Scotland: Dee Catchment Partnership

Welcoming new member to Conservation Scotland: Dee Catchment Partnership

Hello, everyone.

Hope you are well.

We are pleased to welcome a new member to Conservation Scotland: Dee Catchment Partnership.

The Dee Catchment Partnership exists to protect and restore the waters of the River Dee catchment in north east Scotland. Bringing together everyone involved with the river, their work covers the River Dee, its tributary burns, lochs and wetlands, as well as water-related habitats and species. The partnership unites 15 organisations in one shared goal: managing the river system sustainably.

You can read more about them in the Directory and see their events in the Calendar. Sign up to the community email at www.conservationscotland.uk to receive a weekly calendar of what's going on in Scotland that is open to all and good for nature! You can also find more from our nature-based community on Facebook and Twitter.

Welcome to the Conservation Scotland community!

Have a good day,


Founder, Conservation Scotland

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