Conserving Peatlands and Wetlands across Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland

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Under Threat: Learn Why Our Wetland Habitats Need Protected

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Additional Funding for Conservation at Cuilcagh

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CANN is a cross-border environmental conservation project with a focus on improving the condition of protected habitats and supporting priority species found at 25 designated sites across Northern Ireland, the Border Region of Ireland and Western Scotland, helping to ensure the future of these internationally important environments and their distinctive wildlife.

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Great start on Colonsay

18th Sep, 2020

We welcome our new Conservation officer working with ACT in Argyll, Angharad Ward, as she visits Colonsay to see the Rhodi-removal.

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Carpeting the carpet

11th Sep, 2020

Specialist jute matting has been laid on the bottom of Lough Arrow to conserve biodiversity and help local anglers reach the trout

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Bog on the Bog

11th Sep, 2020

Just a week after clean up, an entire toilet was dumped at Curran Bog, The cleanup team nicknamed this “the bog in the bog"

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