Mapping, as a tool to underpin fisheries and environmental management is developing rapidly. If you would like to hear how mapping has supported fisheries management, or if you have an interest in innovative approaches to barrier assessments, beaver-salmonid habitat mapping, drone surveys or species tracking, then this workshop is for you. No prior knowledge required. Please sign up online to book the last remaining places. More details and registration arrangements HERE
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Code of Good GovernanceRAFTS believe that the good corporate governance and the adoption of best operational and technical practice are key cornerstones of sound management. To promote this concept amongst our member network, RAFTS developed a Code of Good Governance which sets out key governing principles and general standards of operation and practice which Trusts should follow. The production of the Code followed extensive consultation and development with member trusts over the course of 2012/13. The Code has now been finalised and launched (although it remains subject to ongoing review to take into account new developments in law and good practice).