Next start date: November 11th

Atlantic Salmon Conservation (virtual) Conference

Day 7 of the IFM Festival of Fisheries

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Event details

Start
11 November 2020

Venue
Online

Course fees
£25

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Atlantic Salmon Conservation Conference 

The Institute of Fisheries Management is delighted to invite you to an afternoon of talks about the efforts that are ongoing to protect and enhance Atlantic salmon populations across their range

We are pleased to welcome Dwayne Shaw from Maine in the USA and Niels Jepson from Denmark who will be highlighting the work ongoing in their respective countries to improve salmon numbers.

Event Fee

IFM Members £25

Non Members £40

If you attend all three of the paid events as a non-member the Institute will include membership for a year free of charge


The programme for the afternoon is below

The event will start promptly at 13.30

 

13.30 Lawrence Talks (IFM and Environment Agency) – Welcome and introduction to the session


13.40 Colin Bull (The Missing Salmon Alliance)  – Likely Suspects Framework


14.00 Danielle Anderson-Walker (Tyne Rivers Trust) – Improving the habitat and water quality of the River Tyne through the Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund


14.20 Stephen Gregory (Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust) – Producing the next generation. Improving smolt output with examples from the R. Frome


14.40 Panel Q&A


14.50 Break


15.00 Ian Davidson (Natural Resources Wales) – The status of Atlantic salmon stocks in England and Wales from the perspective of the index/counted river network

15.20 Dwayne Shaw (Downeast Salmon Federation. Maine, USA) – Naturalized rearing methods in the hatchery – testing the methods developed by Peter Gray at Kielder in a river in Maine, U.S.A..


15.40 Niels Jepson (Technical University of Denmark) – “The return of the King”. How a multi-faceted management approach brought salmon back to four Danish rivers


16.00 Q&A and open forum


16.15 Close

 

Units covered

Atlantic Salmon Conservation Conference

The Institute of Fisheries Management is delighted to invite you to an afternoon of talks about the efforts that are ongoing to protect and enhance Atlantic salmon populations across their range

We are pleased to welcome Dwayne Shaw from Maine in the USA and Niels Jepson from Denmark who will be highlighting the work ongoing in their respective countries to improve salmon numbers.

Event Fee

IFM Members £25

Non Members £40

 

The programme for the afternoon is below

The event will start promptly at 13.30

 

13.30 Lawrence Talks (IFM and Environment Agency) - Welcome and introduction to the session


13.40 Colin Bull (The Missing Salmon Alliance)  - Likely Suspects Framework

14.00 Danielle Anderson-Walker (Tyne Rivers Trust) - Improving the habitat and water quality of the River Tyne through the Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund


14.20 Stephen Gregory (Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust) - Producing the next generation. Improving smolt output with examples from the R. Frome

14.40 Panel Q&A


14.50 Break

15.00 Dwayne Shaw (Maine Salmon, USA) -

15.20 Niels Jepson (DTU Aqua, Denmark) -

15.40 Q&A and open forum


16.00 Close

 

 

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