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For more information contact our Office Manager Yvonne Delaney on 085-1474000 or alternatively by email email@example.com
Where: Brandon House Hotel, New Ross, Co. Wexford
When: February 27th 2015 9.30am-1.30pm
Speakers include: Ken Spratt, Assistant Secretary, DCENR; Dr. Brian O’ Gallachoir, Principal Investigator in Energy Policy and Modelling, UCC and Brendan Hennessey, Membership Liaison Officer, Social Justice and Policy, St. Vincent de Paul.
To book a place: Telephone Maria 090-6482744 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on link below to see the seminar agenda
future energy seminar 27th February 2015 AGENDA
Teagasc in conjunction with Coilte and the forest service, DAFM, are holding two Reforestation Demo Events.
The events will take place on Thursday 26th February at the Rising Sun, Mullinavat, Co. Kilkenny and on Wednesday the 4th March at the Community Centre, Feakle, Co. Clare.
Arrive anytime between 11-12.30pm. Guided tours will leave every 20 minutes and take approximately 2.5hours. This is an outdoor event so don’t forget to bring appropriate footwear and raingear!!!!
This is a free event. All are Welcome.
For more information contact Michael Somers (Teagasc) on 087-1216163
Teagasc in association with the Forest Service have organised a nationwide series of information meetings to present the newly announced Forestry Programme 2014-2020. These meetings will take place between 19 and 30 January.
At these meetings, the new forestry grant schemes as well as key differences with the previous schemes will be discussed. Key differences include that new forestry premiums will now be paid for a period of 15 years instead of 20; a significant budget increase and focus for native woodland conservation; a requirement within various water sensitive areas to include a Native Woodland Establishment plot; the introduction of a single premium rate (i.e. no distinction between farmers and non-farmers) and an improved forest road construction scheme with improved grant rates.
- Wexford: Enniscorthy Teagasc Office, Wednesday 28th January at 7.30pm
- Kilkenny: Kilkenny City Teagasc Office, Wednesday 28th January at 7.30pm
- Waterford: Dungarvan Teagasc Office, Tuesday 20th January at 7.30pm
- Laois: Portlaoise Teagasc Office, Thursday 22nd January at 7.30pm
Here’s some pictures from the first stakeholder meeting for the SIMWOOD Project held in Mount Juliet on the 30th October 2014.
The event is taking place in John McDonald’s plantation, Ballyhuppahaun, Rosenallis, Co. Laois. Liam Kelly, Teagasc, will highlight the principles of first thinning in conifers and John McDonald will briefly highlight security issues involved in harvesting plantations. Following the site visit, Treemetric’s will give a presentation which will compare the harvest volumes from the site with the survey conducted earlier in the year.
This promises to be a very informative event and will benefit many members of the group especially those with forestry approaching the first stage of thinning.
The meeting point is the Deadman’s Inn, Ballyfin, Co. Laois at 10.45 am. Don’t forget to bring appropriate footwear and rain gear. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the Deadman’s Inn.
If you have any queries, contact Eoin Phelan on 085-1100785
The Irish Wood Producers would like to thank everyone who has submitted applications for our Forester an/or Certification Co-ordinator job Vacancies. We’d like to remind potential applicants that the deadline to apply is this Friday, the 24th October 2014!!!
Taking place on Thursday the 23rd October 2014 from 7pm to 9.30pm in the Presentation Centre, Nunnery Road, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
This is a free seminar however places are limited so email Donal Traynor today to reserve your place!
Teagasc, COFORD and the Forest Service are holding a National Forestry Demonstration: Subsequent Thinning of Broadleaves with a focus on Sycamore on Thursday the 16th October 2014.
Meet at: Summerhill Community Hall, Summerhill, Co Meath anytime between 10am-11.30am
Bus Transport from Community Centre to Local Woodland where leading experts from Teagasc and the Forest Service will provide professional advice on broadleaf management and thinning.
Remember- this is an outdoor event so bring appropriate footwear and raingear!!!
This Event is FREE- All are welcome
For further information contact:
Kevin O’ Connell
Teagasc Forestry Development Officer
National forestry Demonstration