Leave No Trace Ireland is pleased to announce the appointment of Maura Lyons as Programme Manager for the organisation.
Maura is originally from West Cork, has qualifications in Communications, Food... More
Information on the Leave No Trace School's website has been included in the latest issue of Nature's Web
Nature's Web is an exciting newsletter for children, featuring interesting and informative... More
Una Donoghue, a Master Educator of Leave No Trace, delivered a Leave No Trace Trainer Course to 7 Rural Recreation Officers on 9th – 10th October at Petersburg Outdoor Education Centre in Galway.
The organisations below, who altogether represent many thousands of recreational users and environmentalists, wish to express their deep concern at the proposed sale of the Coillte forest crop. The... More
In 2011 Coillte commenced its 2nd Restoration Project on Raised Bogs. The project (LIFE09 NAT/IE/000222) is being managed by Coillte and focuses on the restoration of 636 hectares of raised bog... More
Craigavon Borough Council, as part of a Big Lottery funded project, in conjunction with ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ will be hosting a free 'Leave No Trace' Awareness Session on Wednesday 8 February at 7.... More
The Northern Ireland Environment Agency has launched the 2012 Water Environment Community Awards. These awards are open to any individuals and groups who have a project that will help protect and... More
Climate Week is a supercharged national campaign to inspire a new wave of action on climate change. It culminates with thousands of events and activities taking place throughout the week of 12 to 18... More
Leave No Trace Ireland has now got its very own channel on youtube. By subscribing to the channel you'll be one of the first people to find out about Leave No Trace Ireland's activity on youtube... More
People enjoy the natural environment in many different ways. These include visiting the countryside, enjoying green spaces in towns and cities, watching wildlife and volunteering to help protect the... More
Research by Dr Fiona MacGowan on the effects of various factors on bog ecology.
Bogs in Ireland have a long history of use by people. In many cases these uses are sustainable e.g. light grazing. In... More
This survey was commissioned in 2008 to monitor responsible behaviour among recreational users and land managers. The aim was to investigate trends in attitudes and behaviour with respect to use of... More