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We will be following the progress of growing salmon at the Model Primary school ...

Salmon eggs hatching

Salmon eggs hatching.

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Salmon in the classroom

We followed the progress of growing salmon in classrooms in the North West.

The first picture is of salmon eggs and alevin before they went to the Model Primary school. The pupils there became parents to their salmon charges.



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The Loughs Agency Conservation and Protection

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Find out about the growing salmon in the classroom innitiative.

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Deirdre Donnelly visited the Castle River with children from Lumen Christi for the release of the salmon that they grew in the classroom. She meets Peter O'Donnell of the Loughs Agency and biology teacher, Moya Reynolds.




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