Men’s sheds work to tackle rhododendron growth in Killarney National Park

Members from fifty men’s sheds throughout Ireland are working to tackle the growth of rhododendron in Killarney National Park.

It’s the third successive year that the members have been invited to the national park, as part of an ongoing multi-faceted initiative to manage the problem.

This week the men’s shed members have been working to clear the invasive shrub from a walking route for the visually impaired on the Cloghereen/Blue Pool section of the park.