Shannon Superhighway

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

The Rydell Report 1956, estimates that 175,000 acres (71,000ha ) of farmland bordering the Shannon and its tributaries is subject to flooding. With the elimination of flooding, the production value of this land is significantly increased, as is the capital value.

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Fisheries, wildlife, plants and vegetation
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Converting floodplain to good farming land
 
 
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