put together with little fingers and the great creative minds of the children of Killyleagh in Norther Ireland, these two pieces where made of assorted trash from river clean-up projects organized by the Dibney River Conservation Trust and other groups and sponsors such as the Irish International Fly Fair i’ve been attending for the last three years whose benefits all go to funding the Trust’s projects.
in a continued work of restoring this wee river to what it used to be; a clean, trout striving, seatrout spawning river full of vegetation, insects and birds, the Trust volunteers are helping the town people be aware that this little river isn’t a place to throw bottles, bicycles and tires but a lovely piece of nature that’s part of their heritage that runs through their town.
last time i was there, even though there’s still traces of debris thrown in by the inhabitants we could easily see rising brown trout and river birds swooping around hunting bugs from the bridges in town.
they’re doing a great job in making a little part of our big world a little better. thanks