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Scottish Catchments

Invasive non-native species are a key issue in Scotland, reflecting their importance in the Water Framework Directive implementation in Scotland, Scotland's Biodiversity Strategy and the Species Action Framework for Scotland.

In Western Scotland the project activities will take place in areas of Argyll, Ayrshire and Galloway. Project implementation will be co-ordinated by Rivers and Fisheries Trusts Scotland (RAFTS). The project will also deliver action in the eastern catchment of the River Tweed via the Tweed Forum who have significant expertise and experience in invasive non-native plant species control and management through the "Tweed Invasives Project".

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