Minister Noonan calls for ‘thorough investigation’ into Galway bog fire
Amy Forde
The fire occurred beside the N84 Headford Road on Wednesday and the area is an important conservation area for curlew.
1 March 2022 News
Teagasc reminds farmers that hedge-cutting season is now closed
The absence of hedge-cutting from March to September allows birds to nest safely and without disturbance, says Teagasc.
12 February 2022 News
Farmland birds ‘disappearing’ from landscape - BirdWatch Ireland
The biodiversity measures included in Ireland’s CAP Strategic Plan do not go far enough to protect Irish farmland birds, says BirdWatch Ireland.
Department set to row back on over-winter stubble
The Department of Agriculture is now considering the impact of placing all tillage land in green cover over winter on many birds species.
12 January 2022 News
Conventional farming with nature in Midleton
Everyone has a role to play in reversing the farmland biodiversity crisis. Cheap food comes with a hidden cost and it can’t be just farmers who have to take responsibility for biodiversity loss.
29 December 2021 Climate and environment