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ASSAP - Agricultural Sustainability Support and Advisory Programme

ASSAP is a free, confidential and voluntary service which involves working with farmers to help improve water quality.   

Farmers throughout Ireland are successfully working with advisers to achieve positive water quality results in accordance with ASSAP

The ASSAP advisory service provides:

  • Help to farmers to choose new approaches to improve land management
  • Suggests better farm management and practice

ASSAP Webinars

Forests and Farming - working together to protect water quality - 22 October 2021
Combining Catchments science and agricultural advice to improve local water quality - 10 September 2021
Update an ASSAP and water quality restoration - 9 August 2021
Water Quality - the challenge of understanding and valuing it - 17 May 2021
Water Quality - national problems local solutions - 4 May 2021
Working with farmers to improve water quality - 31 March 2021
Water Quality in Ireland - 5 June 2020
Water Quality - 17 July 2020
ASSAP, Farming for Water Quality - 28 July 2020


 

In this video, Domhnall Kennedy, ASSAP adviser for the Cavan/Monaghan region, speaks about "Improving Water Quality on Irish Farms"


 

 

Farming in our Monaghan Catchments Programme, Terence Keelan speaks about farming in the catchments


 

In this video, David Webster, ASSAP Water Quality Adviser based in Teagasc Mullingar, speaks about the importance of protecting and improving the bathing water at Lough Ennell in Co Westmeath and how to keep it safe and open to bathers

 

 

 

 

For more information on the ASSAP service,
check out our flyer 

 

For further details, please contact:

Domhnall Kennedy, Teagasc Advisory, Ballyhaise - 049 4338300
David Webster, Teagasc Advisory, Mullingar - 044 9340721