Leven Connectivity Project


An ambitious project working across many sectors (Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Fife Council, SNH and local community groups) to improve the lives of people (and salmon) through the River Leven corridor in Fife. The project aims to create better spaces along the river for people to live, work and play and to deliver improvement both to land and the river to ensure future resilience and sustainable protection of the river. This work includes assessment of historical and ongoing morphology and ecological impacts as well as the impact of historic industrial past on the sustainable population of salmon (including physical barriers and chemical/contaminant).


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