Next start date: April 10th
10 April 2021
This is an online workshop organised by the IFM in conjunction with the Environment Agency and funded by rod licence income.
The IFM and EA have worked together over the past couple of years to host a series of aquatic weed control workshops. These events are held over a full day and have representatives from angling clubs, associations and fisheries in attendance. With the current restrictions due to the Covid pandemic we are unable to hold an event in the traditional way, so we have decided to take it online instead.
The virtual nature of the event does have it’s benefits as we can open it up to a much wider audience.
The programme has been shortened to fit with online delivery but we will still be covering a number of important areas. The workshop will be held via Zoom and full guidance on how to access the event will be sent to delegates.
We are limiting numbers to 250 participants so register today if you are a fishery owner, run an angling club or fish a water that has weed problems and you want to know more.
Feedback from the first workshop
The workshop programme is as follows
13.00 Paul Coulson (IFM) - Welcome and introduction to the session
13.45 Bernice Brewster (Aquatic Consultancy Service) - Managing algae in fisheries
15.30 Open forum
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