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27-Dec-2015 06:16

A YOUNG Lochcarron woman who is making her mark in the local fish farming industry has been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious Learner of the Year Awards 2016.The event is run by Lantra Scotland, the sector skills council for the land-based, aquaculture and environmental industries.I really do enjoy every part of my job – no two days are ever the same and there is always something new to learn.” Lisa will attend the Land-based and Aquaculture Learner of the Year Award ceremony on Thursday, March 3 in Dunblane, where the winner will be announced.Scottish Salmon Company managing director, Craig Anderson, said: “We are really proud of Lisa and all she has already achieved during her time with the company.“We are committed to training and developing our staff and through our various apprenticeship programmes seek to take on passionate and enthusiastic young people, like Lisa, who, in many of the remote and rural places where we operate, have limited job opportunities.” This year’s judging panel consists of Ray Jones, former chairman of Scotland Food & Drink; agriculture and rural affairs journalist Erika Hay; Keith Paterson of Forestry Commission Scotland; farmer Keith Redpath; Lisa Connell of The Scottish Salmon Company and Rebecca Dawes of the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs.

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