Energy firm funds fish hatchery
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Energy firm funds Ross-shire fish hatchery

One of the country's largest energy companies has invested £750,000 in a new fish hatchery which is vital to maintaining salmon stocks in one of the finest angling areas in the Highlands.

The hatchery in Ross-shire will produce millions of tiny fish.

Scottish and Southern Energy say they have made the investment because their hydro electric dams bar the way to historic spawning grounds for the fish.

BBC Scotland's Craig Anderson has had a look around the site.

  • 29 Nov 2016