This week on Out of Doors
Mark and Euan come to you this week live from the banks of the River Tay at Kenmore the day after the official opening of the salmon fishing. We hear how angling contributes to the rural economy, and both chaps get a chance to brush up on their casting skills.
Concerns have been raised over the amount of plastic waste - particularly silage bags - being burnt on Scotland's farms. We get the definitive answer on what the legal requirements are from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
After being awarded £300,000 by NESTA for their efforts in reducing their carbon footprint over the last year, we catch up with some of the islanders from Eigg who we met a few months ago when we went there to make a special programme, and find out what they intend to do with the money.
Continuing our contribution to BBC Radio Scotland's A New Year, A New You campaign, Euan gets some specific advise from author Dan Bailey on how to start planning to complete the West Highland Way.
Finally as the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity is launched, Helen hears why every Scot should do something small to improve the environment.
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