The River Dee Trust is a community-based charitable company, registered in Scotland, No. SC028497, set up in 1998 and tasked with looking after the UK’s highest river. The River Dee stretches 81 miles from the source high up in the Cairngorms, right down through Royal Deeside to where it joins the North Sea at the City of Aberdeen.

The Trust is working towards the vision of a thriving river supporting abundant biodiversity and binding strong the Deeside communities in Northeast Scotland.

The River Dee is also a focus for intense freshwater conservation actions to help save the iconic Atlantic salmon, threatened and representative of all wildlife’s imminent threats.

The team deliver outdoor and classroom education in primary and secondary schools in the North East, so that our young people can better understand the importance of their surroundings.

The work is guided by the principle of how we can all better understand and improve the River so that we may look after it for this and future generations. To achieve these aims the River Dee Trust must raise sufficient funds so that these works can be achieved to the highest standard.  

With your support the Trust will be able to meet their aims and continue looking after the Dee and the surrounding area, for many years to come.

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