We had a full house in Howth Yacht Club on Wednesday evening for Eoghan Daltun’s talk on the 14 year rewilding project he undertook on his HNV (high nature value) farm on the Beara Peninsula, Co. Cork.
A lively Q&A followed on invasives with Eoghan challenging FCC and the local community to consider, among other things, getting rid of the goats on Howth Head and allowing the woodland and other non-flammable natural habitats to return. Thank you Eoghan for a most insightful talk, leaving all who gathered with much to ponder. Eoghan’s book An Irish Atlantic Rainforest is recommended reading by many of our members and available in all good bookshops.
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