We want you to tell us about your favourite wildlife watching spots in the South Esk. From established visitor sites to “Hidden Gems” we’d like to know.
The newly-launched South Esk catchment consultation allows you to tell us about your favourite wildlife hotspots and view points. We also want to know if you walk or cycle to any of the sites where you watch wildlife. Do you visit one site on route to another? We’d like to know.
The information gathered in this consultation will be used by the River South Esk Catchment Partnership to understand how residents and visitors in the catchment enjoy wildlife and how sustainable travel can be made easier. Click here for more info or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the link below to read a report by Dr Tim Stojanovic (University of St Andrews, MASTS and Tay Estuary Forum Steering Group).
Stojanovic, T.A. (2017) Scoping the design of a regional marine planning process. A report to the MASTS Marine Planning and Governance Forum. June 2017. http://www.masts.ac.uk/media/36347/stojanovic17_designing-marine-planning-process_reportmastsmpg.pdf
Download our joint conference report here. Hope to see you at the next one!
TEF FEF Conference Report 2017
Link to 2017 Presentations
This September, on Friday 15th, at the West Park Conference Centre in Dundee, Tay and Forth Estuary Fora will combine forces and host a joint conference celebrating coastal management for the East Coast of Scotland, we’ll be looking forward to developing a joint approach in partnership with Marine Scotland, in taking forward marine planning in this region and we’ll also be exploring exciting current developments in both Firths. We really hope you can join us for what looks to be a busy but very informative and enjoyable day.
Please just send your booking forms to: email@example.com to secure a place. Please click for a conference Flyer and our Conference Booking Form
Download the Programme
Read our Press Release
Angus Shoreline Management Plan II can be accessed here, along with supporting documents: http://www.angus.gov.uk/smp2
This year, Tay Estuary Forum is teaming up with the Forth Estuary Forum and holding a joint Local Coastal Partnership conference on Friday 15th September 2017 at West Park Centre in Dundee. A programme and booking form will follow shortly, but for now, please make a note of the date and we hope to see you then!
Keep an eye on the website for updates as more information will follow about what looks to be an already packed programme!