The Dee Catchment Partnership has been working for over 10 years to protect and improve the waters of the River Dee catchment. Our work covers the River Dee, its tributary burns, lochs and wetlands, as well as water-related habitats and species.
Our partners are undertaking a wealth of activities that contribute to protecting, enhancing and promoting the waters of the Dee catchment.
What you can do
We can all do something to improve the quality of water in our rivers. The easiest of all is to conserve water by not leaving taps running unnecessarily or by ensuring that we are careful what we put down the drain.
Blog articles from members of the Dee Catchment Partnership
The Dee catchment is the area of land (including the hills and mountains, woodlands, and buildings) that water drains from, before flowing into burns and lochs, and eventually into the River Dee itself.
Documents published by DCP and our partners
The Partnership gathered for its fourth seminar at Douneside House in Tarland last week. Over 40 delegates, representing a wide range of partner organisations, met to sha...Learn more »
Three manmade structures in the River Dee termed, 'croys', have been removed to help restore the River's natural channel and improve habitat for freshwater pe...Learn more »