James Michael Joicey (Lord Joicey). Farmer and landowner in the Till Valley (North Northumberland), formerly a partner at Loch Choire Estate by Kinbrace (River Mallart). Trustee of the Tweed Foundation. Naturalist and trout fisherman. Linguist. Other interests: education, European land management, rural economy, and looking after our Morris Traveller.
Sarah Lopes has fished for most of her life and is currently involved in the management of the river Naver. She is a trustee both of the Atlantic Salmon Trust and of the Westcountry Rivers Trust. In her spare time she gardens passionately.
Anson MacAuslan (Treasurer) has been fishing the rivers and lochs of the Flow Country all his life. His interests are not confined to angling but encompass the research and study of the fish themselves to gain a better understanding of population dynamics and behaviour.
Roxane Andersen. Senior Research Fellow specialising in peatland at the Thurso Environmental Research Institute, University of the Highlands and Islands and Chair of the National Peatland Research and Monitoring Group for Scottish Natural Heritage.
James Fleming. (Newsletter publisher) His fishing career commenced at the age of five with a brown trout weighing 5lbs 9oz. He writes “robust, intelligent” novels.
The Trust was registered in January 2014 “to promote and support initiatives, including research and education, that seek to further conservation of all freshwater species of fish, migratory and otherwise, within the Flow Country of Caithness and eastern Sutherland, together with the flora and fauna associated with the rivers and stillwaters.”
The Chairman and the Trust directors make up the charity trustees and generally control the activities of the Trust. None receives remuneration for carrying out his duties. The Trust is funded by a combination of private finance and grant income. It is an independent body and will be guided in the deployment of its funds by its Scientific Advisor and the reasonable requests of the fisheries bodies within the Flow Country.
To access the Trust’s Memorandum and Articles of Association Click here.
FLOW COUNTRY RIVERS TRUST
is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in
Scotland under no. 467897
Registered Charity No. SCO44673
John Mackay (Chair) is retired after a career in finance. He is a keen angler and is Secretary of the Wick Angling Association, Vice-
Reuben Sweeting. Reuben caught his first salmon aged 14 and with this came an end to everything non-
Simon Laird has a significant hotel and salmon fishing business in Caithness and is the nominated representative for the Caithness District Salmon Fishery Board. He has further interests in the rural tourism sector in Lochaber and Angus.
Alan Youngson was formerly on the staff at Marine Laboratory, Aberdeen and more recently the Freshwater Fishery Laboratory, Pitlochry (both now part of Marine Scotland Science). He has studied a wide range of fishery topics, mostly in relation to salmonids, including endocrine physiology, population genetics, hydrology and, more generally, behavioural ecology and applied fisheries biology -
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Eleanor Constable is a freelance bookkeeper and administrator. Former civil servant. Nature lover and student of Gaelic.
Victor T. Fraser & Co., Wick and Thurso
Vanya Hackel has had a career in intellectual property consultancy and international arts management. He is the nominated representative to the Trust for the Northern District Salmon Fishery Board and has an interest, with his wife, in the river Strathy. He is a trustee of the National Angling Museum, of which he was a co-
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