Friday 21 December 2007

Tay Western Catchments Project

In summer 2007 Scottish Native Woods launched the Tay Western Catchments Project, starting on the river Lochay at Killin. Televison radio and press articles have helped publicise this exciting project and further coverage will be ongoing throughout 2008.

This will be Scotland's largest and most comprehensive river survey and aims to stimulate the enhancement of over 1,000 miles of riverside and burnside habitat in the headwaters of the Tay river system.

Scottish Native Woods are working in partnership with, among others, the local angling community, local landowners and the Tay Gillies Association.

Scottish Native Woods have now secured just over £45,000, more than 60% of the total required for this 1000-mile project. With your help we hope to have the full £72,000 in place by April 2008 allowing us to complete on target.

Please support this project by making a donation now Donate to Scottish Native Woods via or by postal donation WCP donation form.doc

To discuss the project please contact Victor Clements on 01887 829220 or email or Jock Monteith on 07968 145033 or email

Click here for survey results released 21 December 2007 from Glen Lochay.

Jock Monteith

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