Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Get bidding for healthy rivers - online auction to raise funds to safeguard our rivers for future generations

The Findhorn Nairn & Lossie Fisheries Trust has launched an online auction to raise funds to help keep our rivers healthy and safeguard them for future generations.

The FNLF Trust is a charitable organisation which works to conserve and restore our three rivers and their fish populations- they are important natural resources which are under threat. Support the work of the FNLF Trust to research fish populations, restore river habitats and inspire young people to get outdoors and enjoy the rivers on their doorsteps.

The online auction will raise vital funds to deliver practical advice and habitat work, inspiring and helping people to protect river habitats and the wild salmon and trout populations they sustain.

This is an unmissable opportunity to get your hands on some unique, exclusive and even quirky experiences and items. You can bid for fishing lots on exceptional beats on the River Findhorn which are not normally available to salmon anglers- at Cawdor, Dunphail and Corrybrough. Deer stalking on the Coignafearn and Aberarder Estates in the heart of the Monadhliath Mountains is also available. If that doesn’t tempt you, then how about two tonnes of beech firewood from the forests of Darnaway- although free delivery is restricted to Forres. There is also a fantastic selection of dining, holiday breaks and cultural experiences to bid for. The great thing about the Findhorn Nairn Lossie Online Auction is that there is something for everyone. Lots start at as little as £10. 

So visit our auction website, get bidding and share with friends. The auction will close on the 7th May 2018.

Bob Laughton, Director of the Findhorn Nairn & Lossie Fisheries Trust said

“We are delighted with the support received from both local businesses and individuals – many of the auction lots are truly once in a lifetime opportunities. We would like to thank all our kind donors, who recognise the importance of keeping our rivers healthy, by offering lots for the auction. The funds generated from the auction will enable us to continue our invaluable restoration work.”

Casting tuition for primary schools

Juvenile fish surveys

Salmon leaping up the River Findhorn

1 comment:

Stop the killing said...

Perhaps if they stopped fishing that'd improve fish stocks?

It reminds me of the signs 'beware, young pheasants' not wanting motorists to run them over so they can be shot later in the year.