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Great Engagement Day in Armagh!

The village of Cullyhanna, County Armagh, gave a great welcome to StreamScapes as part of an Environment Fair in St. Patrick’s GAA Club Community Hall, in the midst of the pleasant landscape and warm people of the Slieve Gullion region. A partnership between...

IPB/LAMA Award Winner

LAMA Chairperson Councillor Mags Murray (Fingal Co. Council) and Councillor Winston J. Bennet (Cavan Co. Council) present Paul Kearney & Mark Boyden of StreamScapes with the ‘Most Significant Contribution to Water Quality’ Award StreamScapes Wins Major National...

Dreaming up new Engagement ideas for 2017!

StreamScapes 'think-tank' has cranked up, coming up with new ideas to bring compelling and indelible engagement experiences for schools & communities throughout Ireland.  Will your Catchment be part of this?  Contact us for Project ideas.

Season’s Greetings from StreamScapes!

StreamScapes is concluding a hugely busy year serving communities throughout Ireland north & south.  We thank all of our Project Participants for huge enthusiasm and willingness to take on management of their own local aquatic & biodiversity resources. Check...

StreamScapes Autumn 2016 – Shaping up! (read more…)

StreamScapes Teams are shaping up for upcoming and exciting projects around Ireland, assisting local communities to be aware of the aquatic & biodiversity assets in their midst but to also to affirm their stewardship of these resources!  Autumn 2016 Projects...

‘StreamScapes Gullion’ Project in Armagh & Down

StreamScapes is working with The Challenge Fund and Ring of Gullion AONB to produce the 'StreamScapes Gullion' Project during the week of Feb 8-12.  Four Schools are actively participating in these local Aquatic & Biodiversity studies, and as part of the project...

2015 ‘Farming & Biodiversity’ Award Winners!

After difficult judging, we are happy to announce the Winners of the 2015 'Farming & Biodiversity' Competition which is produced with IASTA and EPACatchments.  This year's theme was 'Farming & Water Quality - Best Practice' which yielded some very...