The strong relationship with partners has proven invaluable in streamlining delivery of projects and ensuring that our projects benefit wildlife and communities. Expertise, support and advice are always to hand, and a mutual understanding of the issues and opportunities in the catchment provides a head start for timely action.
Cairngorms National Park Authority
The Cairngorms National Park Authority is a key partner in our efforts to preserve the natural beauty and ecological integrity of the Spey Catchment. Their expertise in landscape management and conservation strategies enhances our collaborative approach to safeguarding this unique environment.
The Highland Council
As a partner, The Highland Council provides valuable insights and resources to address the challenges and opportunities within the Spey Catchment. Their local knowledge and governance support strengthen our initiatives, fostering sustainable development and community engagement.
The Moray Council
The Moray Council is an essential partner in promoting the responsible management of the Spey Catchment. Their involvement ensures that our initiatives align with local priorities, benefiting both the environment and the communities in the region.
Spey Fishery Board
The Spey Fishery Board plays a vital role in our efforts to protect and enhance the fisheries within the Spey Catchment. Through their expertise in fisheries management and freshwater biology, they contribute valuable insights and support sustainable practices to maintain the health of this iconic river system.
NatureScot (formerly Scottish Natural Heritage) is a significant partner in our conservation efforts. Their knowledge and expertise in protecting Scotland’s natural heritage contribute to the sustainable management of the Spey Catchment’s habitats and species.
Diageo’s partnership with the Spey Catchment Initiative demonstrates their commitment to environmental stewardship. Through their support, we can enhance our projects and initiatives to ensure a thriving and sustainable future for the region.
As a partner, GFG Alliance brings valuable expertise in sustainable development and corporate responsibility to our collaborative efforts. Their support enables us to implement impactful projects that contribute to the long-term well-being of the Spey Catchment.
Forestry and Land Scotland
Forestry and Land Scotland’s partnership is crucial in promoting sustainable forestry practices within the Spey Catchment. Together, we work towards balancing conservation and responsible forest management to preserve the region’s natural assets. Website: forestryandland.gov.scot
National Farmers Union Scotland
The National Farmers Union Scotland is a key partner in our endeavors to foster sustainable agriculture practices within the Spey Catchment. Their collaboration ensures that our initiatives consider the needs of local farmers while promoting environmentally friendly approaches. Website: nfus.org.uk
RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds)
RSPB’s partnership contributes to the protection and conservation of bird species within the Spey Catchment. Through their expertise and conservation initiatives, we work together to preserve the diverse avian populations that rely on the region’s habitats. Website: rspb.org.uk
SEPA (Scottish Environment Protection Agency)
SEPA’s partnership is instrumental in ensuring the sustainable management of the environment and water resources within the Spey Catchment. Their expertise in environmental regulation and monitoring supports our initiatives in preserving the ecological integrity of the region. Website: sepa.org.uk
Scottish Forestry’s partnership strengthens our forestry and woodland management initiatives within the Spey Catchment. Through their guidance and resources, we strive to balance ecological conservation with responsible forestry practices. Website: forestry.gov.scot
SAC Consulting provides invaluable agricultural and land management expertise to support our initiatives. Their collaboration ensures that our projects consider the agricultural landscape of the Spey Catchment, promoting sustainable practices. Website: sac.co.uk
Woodland Trust Scotland
Woodland Trust Scotland’s partnership contributes to the preservation and expansion of woodland habitats within the Spey Catchment. Together, we work towards enhancing biodiversity and creating a sustainable future for the region.
Savills is a valued partner, bringing expertise in land and property management to our collaborative efforts. Their involvement ensures that our initiatives consider the sustainable use and development of land within the Spey Catchment, promoting responsible practices.
Scottish Water, a valued partner of the Spey Catchment Initiative, plays a crucial role in the sustainable management of water resources within the catchment. Their expertise and experience as Scotland’s national water utility contribute to the protection and preservation of the catchment’s water quality.
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