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Fears over siting of fish farm


Having joined fellow Tayvallich residents at a meeting with Michael Russell MSP to discuss the proposed fish farm at Dounie on the Sound of Jura, I am encouraged to hear he too objects to the planned location.

The proposed site lies inside the new Loch Sunart to the Sound of Jura Marine Protected Area (designated for critically endangered skate), inside the Knapdale National Scenic Area, and is only 5km from the mouth of the River Add, one of few remaining rivers between Tarbert and Fort William with a good population of wild salmon and sea trout.

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