Conserve, protect, rehabilitate and improve the rivers, streams, watercourses and water impoundments of the catchment comprising the rivers of the River Bandon, County Cork, including adjacent estuarine and coastal area, for the advancement of environmental protection or improvement for the benefit of the public. This will be achieved by delivery of on the ground environmental projects, involving stakeholders and volunteers, that monitors the health of the river catchment, and addresses the causes of deterioration through direct investment in improvements and by encouraging behaviour change.
Blackwater River Trust is an active lobbyist on behalf of riparian owners for the development and viability of salmon stocks in the Munster Blackwater
The Inishowen Rivers Trust is an environmental charity that aims to protect, restore and improve the rivers and natural waterbodies of the Inishowen Municipal District. Established as a Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) in 2016 and as a charity in 2018, the IRT evolved from a local, community group and works both for the benefit of this community and for the environment in which we live.
The Erne Rivers Trust is dedicated to the helping educate, promote and keep the Erne River System clean and full of natural life being enjoyed by everyone.
WATERVILLE Lakes and Rivers Trust is a not- for-profit organisation that is concerned with the conservation and enhancement of the rivers, lakes and streams and their flora and fauna for which the region is so well known
The purpose of the Nore Suir River Trust is to support research, conservation and public education initiatives that will benefit the freshwater fish resources, associated fisheries and environment of the Nore and Suir Rivers, and to preserve for future generations a valuable part of Ireland’s natural heritage.
The Maigue Rivers Trust grew out of a pilot project on the River Loobagh which was run in 2015. The local farmers, anglers community groups and interested individuals got together with the Inland Fisheries Ireland and Limerick City and County Council to explore a new way of looking after our rivers and lakes. They wanted to find a way that didn’t rely on regulations, but rather on the community becoming stewards of their local waterways.