PO Box 7751
Tel: 07510 384582
Aims of the River Annan Trust
The River Annan Trust is a charitable organisation (SC041774) currently based at St Ann’s, Lockerbie. It was founded in 2010 with the goal of improving and protecting the environment of the River Annan, to engage in research towards better management of the resource, generate sustainable access and to educate the general public on the importance of the river.
The trusts aims are:
A. To advance for public benefit the conservation and enhancement of native freshwater fish (including migratory salmonids) and their environments (to include the flora and fauna proximate to the rivers and stillwaters) primarily but not limited to the inland and coastal waters of the River Annan catchment and the jurisdictional area of the River Annan District Salmon Fishery Board.
B. To advance the education of the public and any association, company, local authority, administrative, or governmental agency or public body or representative body in:-
(1) The understanding of aquatic ecosystems, including their fauna, flora and economic and social activity, and river catchment management.
(2) The need for, and benefits of, protection, conservation, rehabilitation and improvement of aquatic environments