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This page shows before, during and after images, documenting progress with certain key activities within the CASS LIFE project, a larger version can be viewed by clicking the image:

Spey obstacle with new fish pass


Upgrading screens on a Spey tributary to prevent damage to salmon stocks


Bankside areas to be fenced from livestock to prevent further damage:


Education events are extremely important to increase awareness of salmon conservation issues:


Planting broadleaf trees along banks of upper River Bladnoch:


Bankside fencing and waterings erected to prevent further damage from livestock


Coppicing of trees along riverbanks improves salmon habitat


Improvements to Spey Dam smolt trap which monitors salmon population


Measures taken to improve salmon passage over obstacels on Spey tributaries


Partner study tour to counterpart LIFE project in Denmark


Recreation of juvenile habitat on Dee tributaries through instream placement of boulder mats


Silt traps constructed to reduce silt input to Dee tributaries to reduce habitat degradation


Upgrading screens on a Spey tributary to prevent damage to salmon stocks