Fish in the Classroom

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Delivering Fish in the Classroom to primary schools across the Forth's Rivers. Classroom 'rivers' with salmonid eggs are delivered to schools for youngsters to rear, and then when ready, fry are freed into the local river.

'What's in your river' days include release, invertebrate (food) discovery, and intro to rivers with demonstration of survey techniques (electrofishing, drones etc) to develop ownership and stewardship of fish and rivers. Supported by local schools, environmental groups, angling clubs and dedicated volunteers.

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