GLAS 3 Grey Partridge allows a farmer to maximize their payment within a large field and up to a potential farm maximum of €7,000 per year for 5 years See Word Document below for details: Glas 3 Conservation Of Farmland... Read more »
It all started in 1995 when as Minister for Arts Heritage & Gaeltacht, Michael D Higgins introduced legislation to legally protect Ireland’s native grey partridge. 21 years later, as President of Ireland he re-visits the NPWS – Irish Grey Partridge Conservation Trust... Read more »
The Department of Agriculture have confirmed that the third phase of GLAS will open in mid-October with the expectation that more than 50,000 farmers would be in the scheme from January 1st next. This will be the last opportunity for farmers... Read more »
The winners of our Children’s Colouring Competition, which was held recently at Dublin Zoo’s Green Fest have been announced. For the winners to claim their prize, they can contact email@example.com. The closing date by which they have to claim their prizes is ... Read more »
108 farmers’ sign up for GLAS grey partridge Tranche 2 – an economic boost for the farmers and an ecological Boon for other farmland birds. The latest figures from the Department of Agriculture indicate that 108 farmers have committed to... Read more »
To see what it looks like – a demonstration of the GLAS grey partridge measure is on display at the NPWS grey partridge conservation project in Boora, Co. Offaly.... Read more »
Mr. David Sandford from County Down received the major Agriculture award at an event in Northern Ireland. David has worked with the support of the Trust, the National Parks & Wildlife Service, Department of Arts Heritage & Gaeltacht and the... Read more »
New GLAS measure promoted in the farming supplement of the Irish Independent: Full article can be read... Read more »
The Department of Agriculture have just launched TRANCHE 2 of the new GLAS Agri-environmental scheme for the grey partridge.
This latest version makes it easier for farmers and or land-owners to sign-up for the scheme.
For further information, go to the links below.
Or email the Trust firstname.lastname@example.org
(The above documents are hosted by the Department of Agriculture)
This is welcome news – fingers crossed, we’re all hoping for a good breeding season for Irelands wild grey... Read more »