An bhfuil tú gafa leis an iascaireacht ? Mar sin, seo le haghaidh na hiascairí díograiseach

Tá sráidbailte pictiúrtha Bréanainn agus Clochán chun scéalta a roinnt maidir le taithí iascaireachta ó mhuintir an paróiste maidir le tírdhreach a bhrath ar rúndiamhair an talamh agus an farraige chun iad féin a thacú. Tar éis an rath ar fad maidir le leabhrán seo chaite ‘Laochra an Leith Triúigh’ a léiríonn laochra ón gceantar mórthimpeall, tá áthas ar Comharchumann Forbartha an Léith Triúigh leabhrán eile mar gheall ar chúntas indibhidiúil a bhaineann le taithí agus scéalta iascaireachta a tháinig anuas ó ghlúin go glúin a chur i láthair don phobail, ionas go bhféadfaimis iad a choiméad beo go deo.

Tá an thionscadail iascaireachta tar éis athrú leis na deichniúr. Bhí an iasc mar phríomh cothú do cuid mhaith theaghlaigh áitiúil. Trí na scéalta seo a nochtú, cabhróidh sé an tábhacht agus éifeacht a bhain le iascaireacht sna srádbhailte bídeach tuaithe ar chósta thiar theas na hÉireann a bhaint amach. Uaireanta léirítear an iascaireacht mar caitheamh aimsire aonaorach, ach ag éisteacht le comhrá na hiascairí nuair a ligeann said a scíth, is soiléir go bhfuil said ceangailte le chéile mar phobal ag roinnt scéalta greannmahr (fiú iad a bheith áibhlithe) do na gcuid beartha.

Tá taighde gníomhach ar siúil faoi láthair agus beidh an leabhrán nua foilsithe déanach Mí Mhéan Fómhair. Má teastaíonn ó éinne páirt a ghlacadh sna leabhrán den teangmháil le 0667138137 nó ríomhphost iascaireacht@cflt.ie

3-7-2017: Newly appointed Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport with special responsibility for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D. announced the Southwest FLAG, Fisheries Local Action Group Strategy at a seafood breakfast in the award winning Jack’s Coastguard Restaurant in Cromane, Killorglin, Kerry on Monday.The Southwest FLAG Fund has approved 10 projects with investment of €162,000 in Kerry. Covering Kerry, the Southwest FLAG, is one of 7 FLAG regions from Ireland’s coastline that will benefit from the FLAG scheme, administered by BIM, Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency, which is co-funded by the Exchequer and the EU under Ireland’s European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) Operational Programme 2014-2020. Over the duration of the EMFF programme, the national FLAG scheme will deliver €12 million in funding to Ireland’s coastal communities. Pictured at the launch of the Southwest FLAG, Fisheries Local Action Group Strategy seafood breakfast in Jack’s Coastguard Restaurant in Cromane County Kerry on Monday were from left, Photo: Don MacMonagle Repro Free Photo from BIM Further Information: Noreen Darcy noreen@darcymarketingandpr.ie - + 353868227556