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And the National Rivers Authority has pledged to introduce 200,000 salmon a year for the next four years into the cleaned-up River Tees the first time the fish have been in the river in any numbers in the last 30 years. The multi-million scheme was announced on Monday this week by Environment Secretary Michael Heseltine, backed by his Minister of State, David Trippier; Prof David Bellamy; Sir David Attenborough, President of the Royal Society for Nature Conservancy; Lord Crickhowell, chairman of the National Rivers Authority, and Ron Norman and Duncan Hall, chairman and chief executive respectively of the Teesside Development Corporation. The scheme is being launched on land formerly owned by ICI. Within the Teesside redevelopment project there is also the Tees Barrage, which will create 11 miles of clean, tide-free water upstream of Teesdale, where the TDC has its headquarters, and where the new Joint University College, which is to specialise in environmental courses, is sited. Also, Teesdale, with its views of the revitalised