The Tweed Foundation provides the sound, scientific information upon which freshwater fisheries management is based in the Tweed river system. This is key to maintaining it as one of the world’s most famous angling destinations.
SUMMER STUDENT VACANCY
July to September 2017
Paid position; suitable for a biological sciences undergraduate seeking practical work experience.
Applications, with CV, in writing to:
Closing Date: Friday, 5th May 2017
The Tweed Foundation is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland which promotes environmental protection and improvement by conserving and enhancing all species of freshwater fish and their environments in the Tweed District. It advances the understanding of aquatic ecosystems, including economic and social activity and river catchment management including the protection, conservation, rehabilitation and improvement of aquatic environments. The Foundation also encourages the use, conservation and the management of fishery resources in recreational activities. It is at the forefront in bringing a professional, scientific approach to fisheries management and is engaged in an extensive programme of biological research, monitoring and habitat enhancement with the aim of protecting Tweed’s valuable fish stocks and maximising the river’s natural productivity.