We are happy to share this talk, which promises to be great interest to salmon anglers and conservationists.

Conservation Conversations

Connemara Green are pleased to announce our spring series of ‘Connemara Conservation Conversations’. Having run our Connemara Green Festival for 5 years, the Covid-19 pandemic has provided us with an opportunity to do something different and to refocus on biodiversity and ecology in this region. By going online, we also aim to increase the awareness of the conservation actions in our area.  Topics will focus on conservation with inspiring speakers and conservations on bringing talk into action.

Where have all the salmon gone?

Please join us for our second conversation and please help us by spreading the word.

Where have all the salmon gone? 

In conversation with John Murphy, Salmon Watch Ireland

will be held on Wednesday 24 March at 7.30pm

Salmon Watch Ireland has highlighted, since its inception in 2004, the alarming decline of Atlantic salmon and sea trout in Ireland. Ireland’s Atlantic Salmon resource is rapidly declining from the historic adult runs of up to 2 million fish in the 1970’s to less than 250 thousand fish now reaching our shores.  We are dedicated to the conservation of Atlantic salmon and Sea trout in Ireland and will endeavor to shape government policy to protect this iconic species.

24 March at 7.30pm.

FREE Event.

Book here



Thank you again for your support and interest in our series of conversations.

Team Connemara Green


Links to all the conversations are on our website