Working Together to Save our Salmon: Aislinn Borland

Aislinn Borland, a PhD student at the University of Strathclyde, talks more about her studies on the migration of Atlantic salmon, which is supported by the Missing Salmon Alliance. Aislinn presenting at NoWPaS, 2022 My PhD involves modelling the migration of Atlantic salmon from rivers around the UK and Ireland during their first few months at sea. This is a time when mortality rates are high but we have little understanding of the causes behind this. We hope to develop…


Our Solid Commitment to Putting #WildSalmonFirst

The coronavirus may test us and postpone our work, but our dedication towards supporting our salmon continues. In light of Covid-19 we have made the difficult decision to pause our tracking work for 2020 and will be back in time for next year’s Spring smolt run…. More

Countdown to Salmon Club Event

The countdown has officially started for our next Salmon Club event! We can’t wait to welcome our Ghillies and their… More

Loughs Agency Salmon Conference

Ken Whelan, Research Director of the Atlantic Salmon Trust, recently delivered a presentation about the unprecedented decline in Atlantic Salmon… More

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