“Transformative” Loch Long Salmon project rejected

An artist's rendering of what the Loch Long Salmon facility in Loch Long would look like.

Plans to introduce Scotland’s first semi-closed containment salmon farm to Loch Long have been rejected by the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, with the developers behind the proposed project calling the decision a “missed opportunity.”

Scottish producer Loch Long Salmon confirmed that the Park Board voted to reject its plans for the Benn Reithe farm in a press release. The joint-venture company said that the decision came despite the project being supported by the closest community…

Photo courtesy of Loch Long Salmon

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