Countryside Learning Scotland is an education charity formed in 2003 to meet the need for outdoor learning in schools. We are working in partnership with Countryside Learning Scotland to develop a national angling growth and development strategy to allow Fisheries Management Scotland members to deliver this important work within a common framework.
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Fisheries Management Scotland are working in partnership with Countryside Learning Scotland to deliver the Scottish Angling National Development Structure. We are aiming to create a national structure that will provide the opportunity for all demographics, particularly young people from all backgrounds and abilities, to get involved in the sport of angling and all the benefits it offers. The programme will be delivered locally through the DSFBs and Fisheries Trusts from a national development template including volunteer training, event organisation and the creation of angling partner clusters.