The River Ericht

Catchment Restoration Initiative

Bringing people together to regenerate one of the most important spawning grounds for Atlantic Salmon in Europe

A Landscape-Scale Nature Restoration Initiative In The Heart of Tayside

Working alongside landowners, farmers, businesses, communities, educational institutions, and relevant statutory bodies, our aim is to sequester carbon, increase biodiversity, improve water quality, mitigate extreme weather and save the Salmon, enabling the lives and livelihoods of all those that depend on the waters of the Ericht to thrive now and in the future.

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Our Partnership Group

Our partnership group includes community anchor organisations, Blairgowrie & Rattray Development Trust and Mount Blair Community Development Trust, local wild fisheries experts, the Tay Ghillies Association, the Cateran Ecomuseum, the catchment’s principle heritage and tourism destination, Bioregioning Tayside, a new platform that is catalysing community responses to climate change and biodiversity collapse across the whole Tay catchment and Palladium, a project developer specialising in nature finance from the public and private sector.