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Volunteering at Killandean

Volunteer activities have started at Killandean Greenway with volunteers helping out the RiverLife team with some fairly strenuous jobs! The site has a number of picnic tables and benches made from railway sleepers. Unfortunately some of these were rotten and had seen...

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Work gets under way at Kirkton weir

Kirkton weir, a major barrier to fish migration on the River Almond, will be getting a new fish pass over the next few weeks.  A larinier fish pass will help trout and salmon, while a separate eel and lamprey pass will help the less jumpy of our fishy friends to pass...

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Canal Fun Day, Linlithgow

[spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom="no" pb_border_bottom="no" width="1/1" el_position="first last"] The team were at the Canal Fun Day in Linlithgow this weekend promoting healthy rivers and the work which will be benefiting the local River Avon. Once a very healthy...

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First steps at Fair-a-far, Cramond

[spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom="no" pb_border_bottom="no" width="1/1" el_position="first last"] The first steps have been taken to replace the fish pass at Fair-a-far weir in Cramond. With the contractor (Green Cat) mobilising on Monday 7th August, they were keen to...

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Works complete at Kirkton weir

The fish pass at Kirton weir is officially open Work to improve fish passage at Kirkton weir by installing a new larinier fish pass is complete. the new fish pass was officially opened on 9th January. For more information visit the Kirkton weir...

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Completion of fish pass at Fair-a-far weir

Completion of fish pass at Fair-a-far weir Work to replace the old fish pass at Fair-a-far weir (or Cramond Falls) in Cramond is complete. An opening ceremony was held at the weir on 21st April (World Fish Migration Day). For more information go to Fair-a-far...

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