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  • Bogfire, photography, graphic design, annual report graphic design, financial services graphic design, pension fund graphic design, CTPF, Health Insurance handbook, corporate graphic design
    pen Graphic Design CTPF Popular Report Sample comprehensive design Design Photography Music Video Music CDs Books Exhibits Blues Posters Presentations About Bogfire

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/CTPF/Popular_Report_sample/Popular_Report_sample_pages.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Bogfire, framework design, graphic design, Irish Heritage, natural heritage, biodiversity, cross border framework, Connie Scanlon
    the variety of life on earth is essential for our economy and well being Nature is a source of beauty and inspiration and provides outstanding opportunities for recreation and tourism Healthy ecosystems clean our water purify our air and maintain our soils They also regulate the climate recycle nutrients and provide us with food They give us raw materials and resources for medicines and other purposes As such biodiversity is the foundation on which we build our societies However all is not well with biodiversity There are ever greater pressures on our natural capital and many ecosystems are seriously degraded undermining nature s capacity to deliver its many beneficial services EU Heads of State and Government have made a commitment to halt and reverse the loss of biodiversity and ecosystems by 2020 An EU Biodiversity Strategy has been developed which provides an action agenda to achieve this goal This will only succeed if people work together across the EU at national regional and local levels Action for Biodiversity has put together an impressive partnership of ten local authorities within the East Border Region of Ireland and Northern Ireland The project has been innovative in raising awareness and in designing targeted

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/Heritage_projects/East_Border_Region_Biodiversity/East_Border_Region_Biodiversity_Framework/East_Border_Region_Biodiversity_Framework_publication.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Bogfire, Thatch, Co. Laois, book design, graphic design, Irish Heritage, local history, built heritage, natural heritage, heritage education
    under sheets of corrugated iron Some families have cherished and maintained their thatched houses for generations Others associate the old thatched houses with harder times and a way of life that mercifully has passed Today the challenge is to conserve the best aspects of the old thatched houses such as their thick walls and insulating locally sourced roofs while helping them become vital functioning houses for 21st century families Like

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/Heritage_projects/Thatch/Thatch/Thatch_book.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Bogfire, Engage with Architecture exhibition panels
    to a more secure era of habitation ranging from the picturesque yet functional thatch cottage in Killurin to the larger country homes such as Bloomville or Gloster House from the workings of our great industrial past in Fancroft Mill to a self sufficient drapers in Banagher to St Manchan in Boher to family life in a Georgian terrace How many memories have been passed down through the generations within these

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/Heritage_projects/Offaly_Architecture/Co_Offaly_Architecture/Co_Offaly_Architecture_panels.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Bogfire, South Tipperary Biodiversity Action Plan
    important part of our identity as a county This is reflected in the choice of the bee as the emblem for biodiversity in South Tipperary with its association with Cluain Meala and the importance of bee keeping in the county As well as contributing to our sense of place and the attractiveness of our county to visitors nature supports the sustainable development of the county by providing food natural resources

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/Heritage_projects/South_Tipperary_Biodiversity/south_tipperary_biodiversity/South_Tipperary_Biodiversity_Plan.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Bogfire, The Mountmellick Canal, book design, graphic design, Irish Heritage, local history, built heritage, natural heritage, heritage education
    Canal flowed through the lives of people in Monasterevin Portarlington Mountmellick and all points in between In its first years the canal brought passengers materials and coal to Kildare and Laois Later its main cargoes were flour malt and porter When the canal closed down in 1960 most people forgot about it Then slowly steadily and silently the man made banks of the Mountmellick Canal became one of the rarest

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/Heritage_projects/Mountmellick_Canal/mountmellick_canal/Mountmellick_Canal_book.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Bogfire, The Mountmellick Canal, book design, graphic design, Irish Heritage, local history, built heritage, natural heritage, heritage education
    school students commissioned by the South Tipperary County Museum The materials explored various aspects of the River Suir including archaeology geology ecology industrial heritage and recreational opportunities The project materials consists of a folder with numerous 4 page inserts and

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/River_Suir/River_Suir_educational_materials.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Bogfire, Rahan Conservation Plan, book design, graphic design, Irish Heritage, local history, built heritage, natural heritage, heritage education
    century The completion of this conservation plan for the Church of St Carthage and its well preserved early monastic setting fulfils one of the aims of the Offaly Heritage Plan 2007 2011 It was commissioned by Offaly County Council and carried out by Howley Hayes Architects in association with Caimin O Brien archaeologist with the Archaeological Survey of Ireland which is a section of the National Monuments Service Conservation Plans

    Original URL path: http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/Heritage_projects/Rahan_Conservation_Plan/rahan_conservation_plan/Rahan_Conservation_Plan_book.html (2016-04-27)
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