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The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) is seeking applications for Members of the CAFRE College Advisory Group (CAG).
The following Drinking Water Quality tables provide detail of the number of samples of private water supplies within each council area where full compliance with the regulatory standards has not been met.
Woodland investment grant information booklet 2021 - 22
MFF(NI) Transparency Initiatives
This document sets out and clarifies the role, membership and business etc of the DAERA Departmental Board.
The Movement Assistance Scheme (MAS) has been expanded on 1 September 2022 to bring costs related to Brucella ovis testing into the Scheme.
Each year DAERA must send the European Commission an Annual Implementation Report (AIR) setting out our progress on delivering the Programme. The annual report sets out the progress for the previous calendar year and this progress report will cover the period from 1
Veterinary Risk Assessment relating to Avian Influenza
An infographic outlining important steps that the Northern Ireland Fishing Industry take to ensure a sustainable fishery.
These publications provide estimates of the value of sales, value added, profitability, exports and employment for each of the ten subsectors of the food and drinks processing sector in Northern Ireland.
Xylella blocks the xylem vessels of affected plants obstructing the upward flow of water leading to symptoms including wilts, diebacks, stunts and leaf scorches.
DAERA 2022-232: Water Assessments
Forest Service Annual Report 2022-21
DAERA 2022-224: Site information
The published annual statistics relating to the Carrier bag levy which commenced on 8 April 2013.
The specific Forestry Grant Schemes outlined in this booklet are administered by the Department of Agriculture, Environment & Rural Affairs and offered through the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020.
Forest Protection Scheme - Ash Dieback - Woodland Survey and Replant Form
Forest Protection Scheme - Ash Dieback - Scheme Year 2022-23 Application Form
The Council for Nature Conservation and the Countryside (CNCC) was established in 1989 under the provisions of the Nature Conservation and Amenity Lands (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1989.
This is a quarterly publication which contains provisional figures for January to March 2022 on the key measurements of local authority collected municipal waste for district councils and waste management groups in Northern Ireland.