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Latest issue of FBA News is out now!

The latest issue of FBA News (Summer 2014, No. 63) has now been published and, if you are a Member, should be arriving on your doormat shortly, or via email as a PDF today. If you have not signed up for a print copy, you will automatically receive a PDF version via email - if you do not receive it, please let us know at info@fba.org.uk. Please also notify us at info@fba.org.uk if you change your email address, so we can update our records accordingly.

If you would like to receive this membership benefit, why not join the FBA? Please visit www.fba.org.uk/membership for further details.

Pearl Mussel Ark Project welcomes new batch of fish

Yesterday the FBA received new batches of 0+ salmon, sea trout, Arctic charr and brown trout ready for encystment for the 2014/15 pearl mussel reproductive season.

Oral History Project - website launch

The Clear Waters website has just launched, a result of our one year Heritage Lottery funded Oral History Project. The website features videos compiled of photographs and interview excerpts from the archive, along with information on the Windermere catchment and some associated environmental issues. The Project involved collaboration with many organisations, and would not have been possible without the help of our volunteers who interviewed FBA scientists, anglers, naturalists and local residents. The transcripts of these interviews will be available through the Ambleside Oral History Group's website at the end of July.

To find out more visit http://www.clearwaters.org.uk/

 
 
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