You’ve probably been giving some thought to what you will put on your table this Christmas. For many, this festive line-up typically includes farmed salmon.
However, by making this choice you are supporting an industry that endangers wild salmon and sea trout and severely compromises the integrity of both the marine and freshwater ecosystems of Scotland. Will you give wild fish and the environment a break by saying no to farmed salmon, including so-called “organic” salmon?
With every donation we get one step closer to protecting wild fish from open-net salmon farming practices.
Open-net Scottish farmed salmon is not “sustainable”. It might look appealing, but in eating farmed salmon you are supporting this damaging industry and helping to fuel its expansion, to the detriment of the Scottish environment.
Time is running out.
The closing date for online donations is Friday 10th December.
Please support the Salmon & Trout Conservation 2021 Christmas Appeal and and help to fund continued campaigning against open-net salmon farming – you have just 48 hours left to donate. Every single donation is a step closer to protecting wild fish from an industry that endangers wild salmon and sea trout and severely compromises the marine and freshwater ecosystems of Scotland.
Open-net Scottish salmon farming is not “sustainable”. For more information about the damage that this industry causes, you can read our comprehensive review: The impacts of open-net salmon farming on wild fish and their environment.
Will you join us, and the many others who have pledged not to buy, sell or eat farmed salmon this Christmas, and beyond.
To stop wild fish suffering, we must act now.
Thank you for your support.