Article on ‘A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO PROTECTING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF A NATURAL HERITAGE AND TOURISM RESOURCE: THE RIVER MOY, IRELAND’ by Mary CAWLEY

This article was by Mary Cawley National University of Ireland Galway
School of Geography and Archaeology
University Road, H91 TK33 Galway, Ireland
mary.cawley@nuigalway.ie

For people interested in the future of the river moy it addresses the concept of balancing
conservation and innovation in heritage protection in the context of a
natural heritage resource that is used for tourism
purposes. Click on the link below.

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Message from Vincent Lang in Ballina Moy Rescue. Hi all, Please see report of the clean up yesterday evening. We intended to clean all the algae from the surface of the pond but it is a much bigger job than we initially envisaged. The pond is actually very deep and much of the algae was out of reach. We removed the small bit of plastic litter that was there. We made some progress, but we are going to have to evaluate this job again to determine how best to improve the appearance and water quality. click on link below

The Duck Pond in Belleek Woods 28th May 18