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Welcome to the website of the LIFE-Nature Project:
"Conservation of Atlantic salmon In Scotland".

This is the single most significant salmon conservation project ever undertaken in Scotland.

CASS wins 'Best of the Best' Award!

Read more about this prestigious European prize which recognises the successful completion of the CASS project.

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Scottish salmon

The "king of fishes" is widely distributed around the North Atlantic, with populations in Canada
more about Scottish salmon...

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Project completion

The project was completed on 31st July 2008 with over 200 actions carried out for salmon conservation. A laymans' summary of the project is available in publications page of this web-site. For any enquiries about the CASS project, please contact SNH Statutory Framework Unit

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Where is the project?

The project covers the River Oykel, the River Spey, the River Moriston, the River Dee, the River South Esk, the River Tay, the River Tweed and the River Bladnoch.
more about CASS...