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About farm transactions

In a letter to the editor in Bændabladid’s (The Farmers’ Newspaper) latest edition (19 October 2020), Gísli Ásgeirsson, Strengur’s CEO, talks about the Six Rivers Conservation Project, farm transactions, and limits to farm transactions proposed by the Prime Minister.

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An international Symposium in Reykjavik

Experts from around the world meet in Reykjavik to discuss the future of the Atlantic salmon. The conference has been called as evidence grows that the Atlantic Salmon population has collapsed and the species is now endangered.

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Strengur’s history

The Strengur Angling Club was founded in Reykjavik on october 29th, 1959. The founding members were Helgi Hjálmarsson, Haraldur Haraldsson and Vífill Oddsson.

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Research agreement signed

Jim Ratcliffe, to fund a major in-depth research programme with The Marine and Freshwater Institute (Hafrannsóknastofnun) as part of his ongoing commitment to Icelandic salmon conservation.

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