Wednesday, 12 August, 2009
With approximately 1000 events planned, this year's Heritage Week is destined to be the most exciting and most extensive to date. A range of displays, tours, exhibitions, lectures, seminars,... More
Friday, 31 July, 2009
The Dublin Mountains Partnership is one of the partners of Leave No Trace Ireland.  All the new recreation signage erected in the mountains promotes Leave No Trace, with the trailhead signs... More
Monday, 27 July, 2009
Belfast Friends of the Earth are launching a new campaign, “Belfast Cycle City”, focusing on cycling provision in the city. In cooperation with Sustrans and the Northern Ireland Cycling Initiative... More
Tuesday, 23 June, 2009
Barry Murphy from Tourism Pure will be delivering 6 Leave No Trace Awareness Sessions throughout July.   Dates and Venues are as follows:  Thursday, July 2 – Westport, Co. Mayo Thursday, July 9 –... More
Monday, 15 June, 2009
A couple of weeks ago, Leave No Trace America completed work with a committee of educators, Non-Governmental Organisations, representatives from government agencies, scientists and other leaders to... More
Friday, 12 June, 2009
 The Dublin Mountains Partnership (DMP) has just recruited 14 Volunteer Rangers and will be launching a Volunteer Ranger Service in early June 2009. The DMP was established to improve the recreation... More
Friday, 12 June, 2009
Bill Murphy (Chairman of Leave No Trace Ireland) gave a presentation to the Irish Sailing Association (ISA) at their national conference in Dublin on 8th March. ‘Developing Local Watersports... More
Friday, 12 June, 2009
Leave No Trace Ireland was given the opportunity to inform Liffey Sound 96.4FM radio ( listeners about Leave No Trace Ireland on its Natural Heritage programme presented by... More
Friday, 12 June, 2009
 Cowper Lynas from The Duke of Edinburgh delivered Leave No Trace Awareness Sessions which were slotted into 2 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Expedition Assessor Accreditation Courses. The first of these... More
Friday, 12 June, 2009
Leave No Trace Ireland is pleased to announce that Scouting Ireland has now become a supporting partner of the programme. Scouting Ireland were one of the founding partners of Leave No Trace Ireland... More
Friday, 12 June, 2009
In recent years the number of participants in hill walking and mountaineering activities has increased substantially. This in itself can be a source of stress to certain upland environments.... More
Friday, 12 June, 2009
WITHIN LEAVE NO TRACE IRELAND: • There are now a total of 22 Advanced Trainers. • To date there has been 25 Trainer Courses delivered. • There are currently 160 people qualified as Trainers of Leave... More