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Tuesday, 6 May, 2008
Ireland Eco Tours is a small Eco Tour Company that offers a range of day tours and multi-day trips in the North West of Ireland. Since having embraced the Leave No Trace ethos into its business this... More
Tuesday, 6 May, 2008
Tuesday, 6 May, 2008
Woodland restoration project incorporating the principles of Leave No Trace launched. Mary Wallace TD, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food with special... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
Mountain Meitheal has been involved with Leave No Trace from its beginning when Bill Murphy (then Chairman) first broached the idea of introducing it as a concept to Ireland. As one of Mountain... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
To show its support for the principles of Leave No Trace, the Countryside Access and Activities Network (CAAN), has agreed that all new activity guides and brochures, trail guides, interpretation... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
Advanced trainers Since May 2006 there are currently 13 Advanced Trainers within Leave No Trace Ireland, with another course organised for June 2008. This now enables the message of Leave No Trace to... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
The Irish Girl Guides To help spread the message of Leave No Trace, the Irish Girl Guides not only included an article on Leave No Trace within its October Leaders’ magazine, but also sent out with... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
Coillte (the Irish Forestry Board) is giving a prominent position to the Leave No Trace message in its major recreation programme which it is rolling out in 2007 with support under the National... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
An Taisce and the Blue Flag Programme, in supporting the Leave No Trace ethos, are currently piloting a “Pack It In Pack It Out” initiative at several of Cork’s Blue Flag beaches, encouraging beach... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
Another element of the promotion of the Leave No Trace message by Coillte, is its inclusion on its new recreation website www.coillteoutdoors.ie . Coillte believes this website will become an... More
Monday, 4 February, 2008
Tourism is a major contributor to the Irish economy, with overseas tourist visits for 2006 estimated at 7.4m, foreign exchange earnings for the same period at €4.7 billion, and the tourism and... More

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