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Wild Work in Action: Seed Saving course

A new 'seed-saving' project in County Cavan will aim to protect and secure future diversity by creating a community-based seed bank for native wildflowers.


Minister Hails Connected Cavan

Minister for Community and Rural Development Heather Humphreys officially opened Cavan’s ten Connected Hubs during a visit to the county on Friday, 25th March.


New Ballyconnell to Bellaheady Recreational Trail Opens

The 5.5km Ballyconnell to Bellaheady Recreational Trail, a partnership venture between Cavan County Council and Waterways Ireland, was officially opened on Friday, 25th March by Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, Cathaoirleach of Cavan County Council Councillor Clifford Kelly, and Chief Executive Officer of Waterways Ireland, Mr John McDonagh.


Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark first with unique online Poetry Map

The recently rebranded Cuilcagh Lakelands UNESCO Global Geopark became the first ever cross-border Geopark in the World in 2008. The Geopark, which is jointly managed by Fermanagh Omagh District Council and Cavan County Council, has now achieved another first with the launch of Ireland's first online Geopark Poetry Map.


Cavan County Council welcomes UCT job announcement

Cavan County Council welcomes the announcement by US-based technology firm, Ultra Clean Holdings (UCT) that it is creating 100 jobs at its new advanced technology cleaning centre at the IDA Business and Technology Park, outside Cavan Town. 

Minister hails local government role in housing drive

Minister hails local government role in housing drive

Minister of State with responsibility for Local Government and Planning, Peter Burke TD has hailed the role of local authorities and local construction firms in delivering vital social housing projects during a visit to Cavan on Friday.

Slurry Spreading Spring

Slurry Spreading in Springtime

Slurry is a valuable source of nutrients for plant growth and, if used efficiently, can reduce the need for artificial fertilisers. However, the nutrients can harm the environment if not managed correctly.