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Participating Farmers

All of us involved in Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe, a Creative Climate Action project, are delighted to announce that ten farmers from the Dingle Peninsula have been selected to take part in the project.  The farming families include: Padraig O’Dowd and Sharon O’Sullivan, Siobhán Prendergast and Tony O’Sé, Joe and Teresa Kelliher, John Joe Fitzgerald, Sean Kennedy, Thomas and Nora Grainey, Michael and Sandra O’Dowd, Niamh Foley, Aidan O’Connor, and the O’Cíobháin family – Seamus, Eibhlín and Lís>

Tá gach duine againn atá bainteach le Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe, tionscadal cruthaitheach timpeall ar ghníomhú aeráide, fíorshásta a fhógairt go bhfuil deichniúr feirmeoirí ó Chorca Dhuibhne roghnaithe le bheith páirteach sa thionscadal.

We are very grateful to all the farmers who took the time to submit an expression of interest and we are looking forward very much to working with the farmers who have been selected and the wider farming community on the Dingle Peninsula.

Táimid buíoch do na feirmeoirí ar fad a thóg an t-am chun léiriú spéise a chur isteach chughainn agus táimid ag súil go mór le bheith ag obair leis na feirmeoirí a roghnaíodh agus pobal níos leithne na feirmeoireachta i gCorca Dhuibhne.

Pictures above are many of the participating farmers on the second of our project trips which took us to the Burren to meeting with Brendan Dunford of the Burren Programme who gave us a fascinating insight into how farmers are rewarded for taking actions to support nature and biodiversity.