SECAD supports environmental work in a number of ways


Some examples include:
>   The ‘Green Your Community’ initiative

>   Removal of invasive species through the Tus scheme

>   Providing training in Leave No Trace outdoor ethics

>   Promoting the Leave No Trace message as part of the development of trails

>   Mentoring support and advice for community groups on ecological issues


Our Environment section is new and will build up over time.
RT @ESF_Ireland: Noah visiting @fotawildlife to see the #EAFRD cofunded animal care & conservation building. He also made friends along the…
Just about to commence a business start up seminar in @MacroomE. #enterprise #startup #positivity https://t.co/73DqJcwW28
RT @SECADBTeam: Thanks @tomasemurr @BioDataCentre for a great bumblebee course today in SECAD https://t.co/vcZxYkuwQS
Many useful and informative food industry insights provided today at the #EENAgriFoodSummit @UCC #innovation
SECAD staff and board members with Minister @FernandETGEN at the #linc2017 Conference in #vianden #clld #LEADER https://t.co/u3opRm2dPi
RT @ENRD_CP: Enhancing nature-based tourism in South & East Cork, Ireland, through an #EAFRD-supported bird trail (p.14): https://t.co/ysRD…
RT @MarketingInCork: Really enjoyed talking all things digital and marketing to @RingofCork members tonight in @SECADCork offices
RT @FirstCut1: @SECADCork Toni Mc Caul presents Best Cork Young Filmmakers Award to Mc Egan College Macroom, discussion panel with @toirdea