Restoring Raised Bog in Ireland
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The "Coillte LIFE Project - Restoring Raised Bog in Ireland " conference took place, the 8th May, 2008 in the Landmark Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim, Ireland.

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Delegate List

Andrea Webb NPWS Judit Kelemen NPWS
Angela Wallace Coillte Julie Vangendt NPWS Volunteer
Bernard McManus Coillte Liz Ryder Marine Institute
Breda Lyons Coillte Marcus Collier UCD Researcher
Caroline Sullivan NUI, Galway Mark Byrne NPWS
Caroline Wilkie Coillte Mattie Leogue Coillte
Catherine Farrell Ecologist, BNM Michael Bell NPWS
Catherine Keena Teagasc Michael Delaney Coillte
Catherine O'Connell IPCC Michael Donlon Coillte
Catherine O'Neill Eurosite Michael Hackett NPWS
Chris Reid Marble Arch Cave Michael Nicholson Coillte
Ciaran Foley NPWS Mick Keane Coillte
Conor Devane Coillte Mike Gormally NUI, Galway
Daniel Sarr NUI, Galway Nicholas Marchant Galway Co Co
Daniel Sule Kogi State Government Orla Fahy Forest Service
David McDonagh NPWS Paddy Kavanagh Scientist
Eimear Byrne NPWS Pat Brady Coillte
Elaine Khan Coillte Pat Neville Coillte
Frank Donlon Coillte Patrick O'Callaghan Forest Service
Frank Nugent Tree Council of Ireland Philip Murphy Coillte
George Beirne Coillte Philip O'Dea Coillte
George McCarthy Coillte Rebecca Teesdale NPWS
Gerry Gavin Coillte Richard Clear Coillte
Heather Lally NUI, Galway Richard Watson Marble Arch Caves Geopark
Helen Carty Keville & O'Sullivan Assoc
- Ecologist
Sarah Malone IPCC
Hilary Tully Frenchpark Tidy Towns Sean Beirne Wilderness Park
James Joyce Lawrencetown Comm Group Sean Quealy Coillte
Jana Brooks Teacher Stephen Davis UCD
Jared Wilson LIFE Project - Wales Stephen Heery Ecologist
Jim Ryan NPWS Stuart Brooks Scottish Wildlife Trust
John Conaghan Consultant Ecologist Sue Moles NPWS - Moyne District
John Derwin Coillte Timothy Crowley Coillte
John Fallon Wilderness Park Tom Cox Laois Heritage Forum
John Galvin NUI, Galway Val Swan NPWS
John Tarmey Coillte William Cormacan NPWS

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Conference Agenda

Speakers included:

  • David Gunning, Chief Executive, Coillte
  • Tim Crowley, Managing Director, Coillte Forest
  • Michael Delaney, Project Manager, Coillte
  • Angela Wallace, Project PR/Admin Manager, Coillte
  • John Tarmey, Site Manager, Coillte
  • John Derwin, Project Ecologist, Coillte
  • Dr Philip O'Dea, Research & Environment Scientist, Coillte
  • Stuart Brooks, Head of Conservation, Scottish Wildlife Trust
  • Pat O'Callaghan, Forest Service
  • Jim Ryan, National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS)
  • Dr Catherine O'Connell, Chief Executive, Irish Peatland Conservation Council
  • Pat Neville, Company Ecologist, Coillte
  • Hilary Tully, Frenchpark Tidy Towns
  • James Joyce, Lawrencetown Community Development

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Conference Presentations

Please note that some of the following downloadable PDF files are large and may take some time to download.




Tim Crowley Managing Director, Coillte Forest View PDF (392KB)
Angela Wallace PR / Admin Manager, Coillte View PDF (1MB)
Dr Catherine O'Connell Irish Peatland Conservation Council View PDF (3.5MB)
Catherine Farrell Bord na Mona Land Development Coillte View PDF (3MB)
Dr Philip O'Dea Research & Environment Scientist, Coillte View PDF (338KB)
George McCarthy Chairman LIFE-Nature Projects Coillte View PDF (43KB)
Jim Ryan National Parks and Wildlife Service View PDF (3MB)
John Derwin Project Ecologist, Coillte View PDF (786KB)
John Tarmey Project Site Manager, Coillte View PDF (765KB)
Pat Neville Coillte Company Ecologist View PDF (639KB)
Michael Delaney Project Manager, Coillte View PDF (7.5MB)
Pat O'Callaghan The Department of Agriculture and Food View PDF (39KB)
Stuart Brooks Head of Conservation, Scottish Wildlife Trust View PDF (3.5MB)


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