Please join us in Edinburgh on 16 March at a peaceful protest against "sustainable" Scottish salmon!
Meet at 12 Noon outside the Macdonald Holyrood Hotel (81 Holyrood Rd) just near the Scottish Parliament.
Watch a video message online here
Inside the Macdonald Holyrood Hotel, the Scottish salmon farming industry is hosting a conference to "celebrate the renowned production of high quality, sustainable salmon".
If you do not feel like "celebrating" 25 years of Scottish salmon farming and truly believe that Scottish farmed salmon is neither "high quality" nor "sustainable" please join protestors in Edinburgh on 16 March.
Please bring your own posters or feel free to use any of the images here (for high resolution images please email firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can also download sea lice stickers to print off - online here
Or download a high res poster online here
Or go completely rogue online here
For more information on the protest on 16 March 2017 please email email@example.com
If you cannot attend but wish to support the protest please donate to the campaign fund - my bank details are:
Name: Donald Charles Staniford
Bank: Lloyds Bank
Account #: 14762160
Sort Code: 30-15-52
Please make cheques out to Don Staniford.
Here's a supportive Tweet from award-winning food writer Joanna Blythman:
Read an article by Joanna Blythman in The Grocer via "Scotland's farmed salmon industry stinks" (23 February 2017)
Here's a Tweet from GAAIA:
And another Tweet:
Follow us on Twitter online here
And here's our Facebook event page for the protest on 16 March:
Best fishes and big thanks!
For more background read: