"Nationally significant" salmon farm faces opposition in Scotland

A rendering of the proposed salmon farm in Loch Long in Scotland.

Plans to bring a transformative salmon farm to Loch Long in Scotland are being opposed by officials representing the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, despite the park authority identifying the project as being “of national significance to Scotland.” 

Officers representing the park recommended the park's board refuse Loch Long Salmon’s plans for Scotland's first semi-closed containment technology salmon farm, Benn Reithe.

Ahead of a National Park Board meeting on 31 October, 2022, at which the project wioll be considered ... 

Photo courtesy of Loch Long


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