Cuanbeo Newsletter April 2021
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Sea swimmers confirm improvements in their mental health and wellbeing as the primary reason for swimming in the sea
There was an excellent response to a recent survey of sea swimmers confirming the increased use of Galway Bay for [...]
Cuan Beo November 2020 Newsletter
This month in the Cuan Beo Newsletter Cuan Beo Talks with RTE Seascapes Native Oyster Spat Production at Iarlaith Connellen's [...]
July Newsletter – 200 Tonnes of Cultch Deployed at the St Georges Oyster Bed
Full Newsletter PDF here 200 tonnes of oyster shell cultch has been deployed at two sites located North and South [...]
We hope you are well and keeping safe. We know the past few months have been extremely hard and a challenging time for everyone [...]
Oyster Fishery Restoration Officer – South East Galway Catchment Cuan Beo Environmental CLG Part-time Contract
Oyster Fishery Restoration Officer – South East Galway Catchment Cuan Beo Environmental CLG Part-time Contract CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF [...]
CUAN BEO will engage in the development of education programmes, the organization of scientific and heritage events and activities with a particular focus on informing the community of the importance of protecting the Galway Bay Marine resource.
CUAN BEO aims to campaign and assist in the restoration (or improvement) of the natural habitat, species, environment and heritage of Galway Bay that is underpinning the economic and social fabric of the district, the recreational amenity it provides and the livelihoods of those who work and live within its catchment.