The winner will enjoy:
A two day fly fishing course
Three days work experience with the Westcountry Rivers Trust during which you will learn catchment management and water science from the Trusts eminent scientists.
A complimentary stay at the Arundell hotel during your work experience
£250 towards your ongoing studies
Who can apply?
The award is open to young fisheries or aquatic students and offers an unbeatable opportunity to study the practical elements of river restoration and management.
HOW TO APPLY
In no more than 500 words explain:
- What this work experience opportunity means to you
- Why you would be a suitable candidate
- How the experience would benefit you
Submit your application and CV to email@example.com
Applicants will need to be available to undertake the placement between the 1st and 5th August 2022.
Closing date for applications: Friday 10th June
Who was Anne?
Anne Voss Bark was a dedicated conservationist and prominent hotelier. Her love of fly fishing made her aware of changes in the countryside detrimental to our rivers and fish. She worked tirelessly to see this demise reversed.
Anne will also always be well-remembered from her time as hostess at the Arundell Arms in Lifton, Devon, an eminent fishing and country sports hotel. Today the Arundell continues Anne’s legacy in their work to promote and encourage freshwater conservation, a commitment the hotel hopes will continue well into the future.
A strong supporter of S&TC, Anne also founded the Westcountry Rivers Trust where she embraced the benefits of total river management.
We rely on your support to protect wild fish and the places they live.
By donating or joining as a member you will be making a huge contribution to the fight to protect the UK's waters and ensure a sustainable future for wild fish.