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International early childhood experts to address GMIT virtual conference on outdoor play

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GMIT Mayo and the Children and Young People’s Services committee (CYPSC), Mayo, will host a two-day virtual conference starting today, Friday, March 26, concluding on Saturday, March 27, on the theme of Outdoor Play, titled 'Leave No Stone Unskipped', for educators, parents, students, researchers and policy makers.

International early childhood experts to address GMIT virtual conference on outdoor play

GMIT Mayo and the Children and Young People’s Services Committee, Mayo, will host a two-day virtual conference on March 26 and 27 on the theme of outdoor play, titled “Leave No Stone Unskipped”, for educators, parents, students, researchers and policy makers.

Bird nesting season ban on hedge cutting until September

Galway City Council want to notify all landowners, farmers and gardeners in Galway City that hedge-cutting is strictly prohibited until September 1 to protect wildlife during bird nesting and breeding season.

Council to construct new woodlands walking route in Rusheen.

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Cllr Donal Lyons has said he is encouraged that work is set to commence providing a new woodlands walking route in Rusheen.

Moorehall plans welcomed by councillors

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Cannon welcomes plans for major investment in Coole Park Visitor Centre

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Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed a commitment by Failte Ireland and the National Parks and Wildlife Service to make a major investment in upgrading the Coole Park Visitor Centre.

Kerrane reports illegal dumping at River Suck Callows to NPWS

Sinn Féin TD for Roscommon/Galway Claire Kerrane has reported illegal dumping at the River Suck Callows, a special area of conservation in Ballinasloe to the National Parks and Wildlife Service, who are responsible for these protected areas.

Mayo farmers announced as Farming For Nature Ambassadors

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Mayo dairy farmers, Sinéad Moran and Mick McGrath of Gleannbui farm, have been chosen as Farming for Nature Ambassadors for 2020.

Curlew structures unveiled for Tooreen

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The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has unveiled new Curlew structures in three Irish villages and towns, including one Mayo village, to celebrate the iconic Irish bird which remains under threat.

Bord na Móna leads restoration works on Crosswood Bog

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Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan, and Brian Lucas, from National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) visited Crosswood Bog, which stretches from Junction 8 on the M6 to Glynwood, to see at first hand the restoration works being carried out by Bord na Móna, as part of the NPWS Raised Bog Restoration Programme.

 

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