The River Clyde, at 170 km, is the third longest river in Scotland. The catchment has a surface area of 3,200 km2 (of which 26.3 km2 is freshwater lochs and reservoirs), and a total river length of 4,244 km.
The Clyde River Foundation work across the catchment in eight Council areas (East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, Glasgow City, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, South Lanarkshire and West Dunbartonshire) and these are home to 33.8% of Scotland’s human population.
The Clyde River Foundation team has a combined 27 years experience working across the catchment. Our core work and vision is described in the River Clyde Fishery Management Plan. All of their staff participate in an extensive scientific programme, collecting and reporting environmental data to inform the objectives of the Plan. Each team member is involved in the delivery of their education projects and has enhanced disclosure through the Science Connects STEM Ambassador programme.
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