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Click on each of the Three Trout area maps to see a before and after restoration and native woodland planting. Source Kilmacanouge-Sugar Loaf to Glen of the Downs Farrankelly Estate Charlesland to Kilcoole Road Seabourne Apartments to the Sea
It is good to see elected officials recognising the importance of the Three Trout Stream (3TS) and the realities that come with inhabiting areas within a flood plain. Read the full story at Greystones Guide… https://www.greystonesguide.ie/fortune-walks-out-on-three-trout-vote/
The following excerpt describes some of the impacts from light pollution on ecosystems. Excerpt quoted from: Avalon C. S. Owens and Sara M. Lewis, “The impact of artificial light at night on nocturnal insects: A review and synthesis” Ecology and Evolution, 2018 Nov; 8(22): 11337–11358. “In recent decades, advances in lighting technology have precipitated exponential increases in […]
The following is an excerpt from Wikipedia on insect collapse: “Several studies report a substantial decline in insect populations. Most commonly, the declines involve reductions in abundance, though in some cases entire species are going extinct. The declines are far from uniform. In some localities, there have been reports of increases in overall insect population, and […]
Please note that a recent grant was awarded by WCC to the Charlesland Wood Management Board and Greystones Tidy Towns to plant over 1200 trees in this section in 2020/2021. Charlesland Wood’s Board will match fund a portion of the tree costs. We thank them for working with the Guardians of the Three Trouts, GTT, […]
Maps showing the Glen of the Downs section of the Three Trout Stream riparian way. Picture on the right shows restoration of the trees about the waterway.