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Organisations


What they do


What they provide

Association of Deer Management Groups (ADMG)
Representative body for the 45 Deer Management Groups (DMGs) in Highland Scotland promoting and coordinating the collaborative management of wild deer under the voluntary principle    
Website including map of DMGs and information on each; information on deer species and management; newsletters; guidance sheets; publications; meeting papers.
Association of Salmon Fisheries Boards
Representative body for Scotland’s 41 District Salmon Fishery Boards
Outlines legislation and enforcement relating to salmon fishing.
News.
British Association for Shooting & Conservation (BASC) Scotland
Britain's largest country shooting organisation, representing and aiming to safeguard the interests of all those who enjoy shooting sports   
News and events listings
Training courses
Contact information
Trade and consumer advice i.e. safe transfer of firearms and ammunition
Scottish Gamekeepers’ Association
The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) represents and unites Scotland’s gamekeepers, stalkers, ghillies, wildlife managers and rangers
News
Game keeping facts
Jobs, courses and new laws
Contact information
Scottish Land & Estates
Scottish Land & Estates represents Scottish landowners and works to  promote the wide range of benefits land-based businesses provide: tourist attractions, leisure facilities and landscapes enjoyed by the public, as well as, housing, employment, tourism and enterprise.
News and events listings
Links to information on policy and lobbying
Rivers and Fisheries Trust of Scotland
Rivers and Fisheries Trust of Scotland is an organisation which promotes the conservation of native fresh water fish and their habitats in Scotland.
News and events listings
Training programmes for fisheries field staff
Information on environmental & fishery management policies and consultations
Details of RAFTS projects


 Tourism Partner Bodies

Scottish Enterprise

Scottish Enterprise is Scotland's main economic development agency and aims to deliver a significant, lasting effect on the Scottish economy.
  
Its role is to help identify and exploit the best opportunities for economic growth. It supports ambitious Scottish companies to compete within the global marketplace and help build Scotland’s globally competitive sectors. Scottish Enterprise also work with a range of partners in the public and private sectors to attract new investment to Scotland and to help create a world-class business environment.

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Scottish Natural Heritage
Scottish Natural Heritage promotes care, understanding and sustainable use of Scotland’s natural assets to make the most of the benefits they provide to people.   
Local news, information and events listings
Guides to protecting Scotland’s nature and wildlife
Guides of where to go in Scotland to enjoy the outdoors
Highlands & Islands Enterprise (HIE)
As a Scottish Government body, HIE’s role is to lead regional growth and development, to seek investment opportunities that will be catalysts for change, and to ensure that the Highlands and Islands derives maximum benefit from existing and emerging opportunities.   
HIE can work with businesses within the Country Sports tourism sector that are ambitious, and can demonstrate a desire to grow and contribute to the long term success of this important sector. By joining forces, HIE and its clients can plan for growth, either by expanding their markets or by developing new products or services.
VisitScotland
Corporate site
VisitScotland is the national tourism organisation for Scotland. Its main aim to contribute to the advancement of Scottish tourism by giving it a presence in the global marketplace and benefiting the whole of Scotland.   
Information on business support
Latest tourism research and statistics
News and events listings
Information on funding and quality assurance schemes

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