East Wicklow Rivers Trust
Protecting, conserving and improving Wicklow’s surface water bodies
The East Wicklow Rivers Trust formed in 2019 from a core group of people who had come together with concerns about the impact of water flow on the Vartry river.
The Trust covers an area of over 1300 square kilometers, stretching from Bray to Arklow. Our area of interest includes the Vartry, Avoca, and Dargle rivers, and all the other rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands that flow to the Irish Sea in County Wicklow.
Trusts are independent community-led charitable organisations that delivery education, water management advice and practical conservation work.More about East Wicklow Rivers Trust
NEWS & EVENTS
Riverside Workshop: Wicklow’s Bluedot Rivers
You are cordially invited to our Riverside Workshop on Wicklow's Bluedot Rivers. When: Sunday 21st May, 10am-3pm (Light Lunch Provided) Where: Tinnakilly Bridge Park/ Sean Linehan Walk, Aughrim - https://goo.gl/maps/GrSk8Czp5YsAzow58 East Wicklow...
Avoca and Avonmore Vision Report
We’re delighted to share a detailed vision document for the Avoca and Avonmore catchment, prepared by Dr. Tom Harrington and Faith Wilson under the direction of East Wicklow Rivers Trust.
Trout in Strange Places
East Wicklow Rivers Trust invites you to Ken Whelan's talk 'Trout in Strange Places' When: 12th May 2023 Time: 19:00-19.30 Where: Ashford Heritage Center All Welcome, Email firstname.lastname@example.org for attendance. In this talk, Ken Whelan will bring you on a unique...