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Loch Leven recovery nominated for prestigious Natura 2000 award

16 March 2018, Water, CEH

Loch Leven in Scotland is a 2018 finalist for a Natura 2000 Award under the category of ‘Socio-economic benefits’

Loch Leven nominated for Natura 2000 award

Loch Leven is a 2018 finalist for a Natura 2000 Award under the category of ‘Socio-economic benefits’

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and partners, including the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, have been nominated for a prestigious Natura 2000 award for work benefitting Loch Leven, its visitors, and the local community. The loch is one of four Natura sites nominated across Europe in the socio-economic category.

This is great recognition of how CEH scientists, in Edinburgh and Lancaster, have been working collaboratively with other stakeholders at Loch Leven for many years to achieve the restoration and sustainable development of this internationally important waterbody.

To increase our chances of winning an award in Brussels on 17th May, please vote for us at:

http://natura2000award-application.eu/finalist/3012 

Links:

https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/loch-leven-recovery-nominated-prestigious-award


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