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Petition catches signatures

Sir, More than 3,000 signatures have now been collected by Friends of the Sound of Jura against a proposed fish farm within the Loch Sunart to Sound of Jura Marine Protected Area (MPA).

The local group is buoyed by this groundswell of support for the local and national petitions (see tinyurl. com/fosoj). The group’s key concerns are for wild salmon and trout runs on the River Add, critically endangered flapper skate that use the deep trench beside the proposed farm, and local businesses that are based on the sustainable use of the sea.

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