Want to get involved in a Trust for the River Dodder?
We are putting together a committee to potentially form a Dodder River Trust.
Over 70 people attended a very successful Rivers Trust public meeting hosted on 17th May in Tallaght IT.
The discussion showed a resounding enthusiasm to form The Dodder Rivers Trust to nurture and promote the wellbeing of this unique Dublin River and its rich ecosystem.
Expressions of Interest are sought until 8th June from people wishing to play a part in setting up the Trust over the coming months.
This is the first Urban Rivers Trust in Ireland and builds on previous stakeholder networking initiatives over several years including the Dodder Gathering 2017. More info and follow-up meetings will be shared on Dodder Action Webpage and Facebook.
If you would like to volunteer and be part of a Dodder River Trust, you can fill in the Expression of Interest form, available for download here
Please return your completed form no later than June 8th to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you missed the River Trust public meeting, you can still see the presentations.
- To see the presentation by Mark Horton of the All-Ireland Rivers Trust, click here.
- For the presentation by Sinead Hurson of LAWCO (Local Authority and Waters Communities Office), click here
- To see Dodder Action's introduction on a River Dodder Trust, click here
Thanks for a very successful event to partners Mark Horton, All-Ireland Rivers Trust, Sinead Hurson, LAWCO, Dodder Anglers, Tallaght Community Council and Knocklyon Network. And to unofficial Patron of the Dodder, Dr. Christopher Moriarty and all committee attendees and supporters.
See you down the Dodder!