The Parish Habitats and Biodiversity Project (PHAB) is a collaborative project, led by Ballyhoura Development, in partnership with a number of statutory and local organisations, which will run until December 2022 to support farmers to enhance biodiversity and habitats across Glenroe-Ballyorgan Parish including within the catchment of the Keale and Ahaphuca Rivers and in the uplands of Glenroe-Ballyorgan in County Limerick.
This project is funded by the European Innovation Partnership Scheme (EIP), which supports projects that allow farmers, scientists, and other experts to collaborate to develop new practices that are environmentally friendly and economically sustainable.
Ballyhoura Development is inviting written tenders from competent individuals, companies or consortia with expertise in biodiversity, sustainable farming, the agri-environment and associated areas, and community engagement and participation.
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***We would appreciate if you could mention Green Careers Ireland when applying for this role***
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