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The state of Ireland’s hedgerows - Hedgerow Week 2021
Dec 06, 2021
On Monday 6 December, as part of Hedgerow Week 2021, the state of Ireland’s hedgerows both quantity and quality was discussed. Catherine Keena, Countryside Management Specialist, Teagasc was joined by a panel including: Lilian O’Sullivan, Teagasc Johnstown Castle Researcher; Julie Larkin, RPS (former Teagasc PhD student); Shirley Clerkin, Heritage Officer, Monaghan County Council; Mark McDowell, Hedge Laying Association of Ireland; and Alan Moore, Hedgerows Ireland. A questions and answers session took place at the end of the webinar which was facilitated by Padraig Foley, Teagasc.
Hedges and Carbon - Hedgerow Week 2020
Dec 9, 2020
More research is needed to understand the carbon dynamics in hedges. Farm Carbon is a research project cofunded by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.
Teagasc Research Insights Webinar - Demands on our Land
Nov 18, 2020
Land use in Ireland – the complex and evolving drivers and demands that shape land use. Professor Frank O'Mara, Kevin Hanrahan, Trevor Donnellan & Lillian O'Sullivan, Teagasc were joined by Pippa Hackett, Minister of State for Land Use and Biodiversity on this webinar to give an insight into the state of land use in Ireland including the socio-economic perspective and the emerging demands on land.
Science Week Day 2 - Soil Health is our Wealth
Nov 10, 2020
On Tuesday the focus of ScienceWeek was on soils and the importance of protecting soil health from degradation for human wellbeing. RTÉ’s Damien O’Reilly brought us on this virtual event to find out more about soils and their impact on society.
Research Insights Webinar - How Soil Organic Carbon Cycling works in Irish Soils
Oct 8, 2020
The third webinar in the Teagasc Research Insights Series focused on how soil organic carbon cycling works in Irish soils. Teagasc Researchers give an insight into their research and an overview of organic carbon cycling in Irish soils and its contribution to mitigating climate change.
Lilian O'Sullivan & David Wall, Teagasc at the Catchment Science Conference 2019
Dec 19, 2019
Lilian O'Sullivan & David Wall, Teagasc discuss the results of the catchment challenge which was undertaken at the Catchment Science 2019 Conference. It consisted of participants having to design a catchment with some constraints.