Great Gael Legislator Barry Ward has invited the announcement of a EUR1.35 million fund for biodiversity projects in regional authority areas throughout the nation, that includes a grant of EUR43,400 for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, creates Amy Rohu.
The financing for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown will consist of appropriation of EUR16,000 for the treatment of Titan Hogweed in the Bride’s Glen location, one of the most substantial wild animals hallways in the region.
Discussing the funding Senator Ward stated: “Biodiversity is so important to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. This location, especially Bride-to-be’s Glen, is a location of significant ecological value and also variety. I invite its prioritisation for financing by the Department of Real Estate, City Government and also Heritage.”
Senator Ward added: “There is enormous public passion in locations like these as many people have actually discovered the value of our natural environment during the pandemic. I am thankful that the Department is ensuring that they can remain to be delighted in by the area and also visitors alike.”