- To protect wild salmon from the effects of climate change, millions of trees are being planted along Scotland’s rivers and streams.
- Along the River Dee in Aberdeenshire, over 250 000 saplings have been planted with the intention of planting a million by 2035.
- Experts say that plantings trees will improve the overall health and biodiversty of rivrers which will also increase insect life and help manage essential nutrients and flood control.
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I think that it is the Dee River and not Deer River that you state.
Thanks for pointing this out! The correction has been made.