“The INTERREG partners and the local community, particularly local farmers, have all worked so hard on this project - it is devastating that their efforts won’t now be captured in the way we originally planned."
"This project is win-win for both the environment and agriculture. Farmers understand the importance of water quality and want to help make a difference. This project will help to give them the advice and tools to do so. It is a great example of collaborative working and we are very pleased to be a part of it." -UFU deputy president, David Brown.
Thank you to Ballybay Wetlands Centre for hosting our first ‘Discover your River’ event in the Erne Catchment. We had a wonderful discussion about memories of the rivers and lakes in the area. We had many say they learnt to swim and had fond memories of the long hot summers spent cooling off in the […]
On Wednesday 9th May 2018 our first ‘Discover your River’ event took place and it was a triumph! These events have been organised as part of the Source to Tap project to get communities together to talk about their rivers and how as a community they can develop a plan to ensure the preservation and enhancement […]
A major €5.3M cross-border project, to improve water quality in rivers and lakes in the Erne and Derg catchment areas was launched today.