|Repairing Old Bog Road, Carrowbrowne|
|Shane Foran, Cllr Frank Fahy & Oisín Ó Nidh in Community Clean-Up, Carrowbrowne Bog|
Such an initiative could become be the most important eco initiative in Galway city for decades and will help in securing the future of the Terryland Forest Park and in supporting the growth of the community organic garden movement in the city.
|Rosie Webb, Greenways Advocate at Galway City Council, on 'Off the Beaten Track' Heritage Cycle Tour to Menlo|
|Summer Garden Festival, Claregalway Castle|
There are plans to develop links to Claregalway Castle, with further routes over time going into the heartlands of north and east Galway county.
|Beautiful Countryside of Carrowbrowne|
May 12th: Volunteers Needed for Repair Work on Old Bog Road in Carrowbrowne
|Michael Tiernan using a 'Grabber' traditional implement that he made himself to clean up a ditch in Carrowbrowne|
Galway's Green Heroes
|Anne McCabe in a cleaning operation to re-open the old Castlegar Mass Path|
|Councillor Frank Fahy repairing a drystone wall in Carrowbrowne|
|Old Bog Road, Carrowbrowne|
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Ballinfoile Mór Community Organic Garden - bringing healthy food & biodiversity to an urban area
Cumann an bhFear (Men's Shed) - a men's movement in Galway city that encourages men from all walks of life to help each other to learn and/or teach skills, particularly traditional Irish crafts and skills that can benefit themselves and the wider community.
Off the Beaten Track - guided heritage cycle tours through the picturesque rural landscapes of Galway city, landscapes that are unknown to the majority of the urban population.