Effectively Communicating River Projects
The new case studies section within this site showcases the valuable work carried out in the South Esk Catchment area.
Land managers and the public have the opportunity to be able to learn about, and get involved in, projects to help protect and improve the River South Esk thanks to new maps and case studies that have been published.
The organisation brings together those involved in managing water quality, water resources, and the flora and fauna along the River South Esk.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has funded the new case studies, hosted on the Partnership’s website, that highlight the work of a number of different organisations. Lynda Gairns, SEPA Basin Planning Co-ordinator, working in the Tay area added: “Collaboration and co-ordination are key to the success of many River Basin Management Planning activities. This website provides a central resource where the public and land managers can learn about work undertaken by different partner organisations to protect and improve the water environment in the River South Esk. We have funded the new case studies to increase understanding of this work, and encourage co-ordination on future projects.”
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