APEM and the Dwr Cymru Welsh Water Biodiversity Fund have each pledged to donate £1 to charity for every bag of litter collected from waterways by APEM staff.
Twenty-eight migratory trout have so far been caught on camera as they scale the fish pass at Llyn Cwellyn dam in North Wales.
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