Pupils at Langholm Academy have been getting their hands on all kinds of seafood, to learn about the industry and health benefits of eating fish.
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An investigation into a slurry leak, which killed thousands of fish in the Penruddock area on the fringes of the Lake District, is continuing.
Members of the public reported brown water, and dead fish floating on the surface, at at Skitwath and Dacre Becks.
Environment Agency officers were sent to contain the leak, which was found to have been slurry.
Thousands of fish, including trout and salmon, died, and officers remain in the area investigating.
Members of the public raised the alarm after seeing dead fish floating on the brown water at Skitwath and Dacre Becks, near Penruddock.Read the full story ›
Campaigners are trying to encourage hotels and restaurants in the Lake District to buy local fish and seafood at source.
Paul Crone went along to the launch of the Cumbrian Fisheries Brand.
An attempt to brand locally caught fish as "Cumbrian" gets underway today.
A number of organisations, including local restaurants, are launching the Cumbrian Fisheries Brand in Whitehaven and Maryport.
The name will be used for fish caught around the west Cumbrian coast.
Conservationists in Cumbria believe they may have come up with a world first.
Environment Agency staff have been working to improve a section of river that runs through a dark tunnel - or culvert - near Seascale.
The lack of light is thought to have been discouraging fish from passing through it to the areas where they could breed.
So the Agency has come up with a rather unusual solution.
Our Rural Affairs Correspondent, Tim Backshall reports:
It is hoped that a new batch of river sky-lights will help fish migrate in west Cumbria.
The innovative lights have been created as part of a water quality and biodiversity improvement project at New Mill Beck.
The project work, which was carried out by the Environment Agency, has lifted the lid on a 50 metre section of culverted beck where the River Calder meets the Irish Sea.
The site is home to Natterjack toads and removing the culvert will improve the habitats for migrating fish.
It is designed so that the fish swim in the right direction and navigate towards the light.
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