Dune Conservation - Conservation Services

By: Conservation Services  05/12/2011
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Dune Conservation - Conservation Services

Irish beaches are a popular place for recreation all year round, especially during the summer. However, this popularity means that many sand dunes are at risk of sustaining irreparable damage.

Without protection, the vegetation that holds the dune together is walked on and destroyed, leaving the dune vulnerable to winter storms and other forces of nature.

In such circumstances it is difficult for nature to heal itself, but a little human intervention can help: sand ladders, exclusion fencing, soil saver mesh and marram-grass planting will help to restore dunes as well as preventing further erosion.




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Other products and services from Conservation Services

05/12/2011

Products - Conservation Services

Conservation Services provides a range of solid wooden products including a range of composters (including Community Composters) habitat boxes, picnic tables and park benches. Depending on the product and needs they are made either from recycled timber or treated pine. Conservation Services is proud of its sturdy products and stands over them 100%. These can be provided on a supply-only or supply-and-install basis.


05/12/2011

Dry Stone Walling - Conservation Services

No bonding agent is used to stick the stones together, the "bonding" comes from the skill used to lay the stones. A traditional skill in Ireland dating back thousands of years and very evident in the west of Ireland. Drystone walling involves the construction of a wall, soley made on stone. Dry Stone Walling - Conservation Services.


05/12/2011

Hedgelaying - Conservation Services

Another traditional skill not practised as often in Ireland anymore due to the invention of hedge trimming machinery and post and wire fencing. The process of hedgelaying is less damaging to plants in your hedge and good for stockproofing gappy hedges. Group week end training can be arranged with Conservation Services for groups of up to 6 people.