February 23rd, 2016 | by Nancy Hearne
As an integral part of the National Strategy for Angling Development, Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) has launched a survey. Some of the areas to be examined include field operations; angling participation and expenditure patterns; fisheries research and the benefits of angling in Ireland. The first survey will focus on communication with stakeholders.
Announcing the programme, the IFI’s chief executive, Dr Ciaran Byrne, said: “The survey was developed to provide an opportunity for individuals and organisations to share their feedback. This feedback will be used to gain a better understanding of how IFI is viewed and to shape its communication strategy into the future.”…
Irish Times 22/02/2016 Read the article ‘Survey by Inland Fisheries Ireland launched’
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