Project Partners

In total seven partners are working on the Drifting Apart project. The Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust, in Northern Ireland, is the lead partner.  Magma Geopark, Norway; Reykjanes Aspiring Geopark, Iceland; Stonehammer Geopark, Canada; Shetlands Geopark, Scotland; Fermanagh and Omagh County Council, Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, Northern Ireland and Kenozero National Park, Russia are the other partners. Most of the main partners have a series sub-partners within their respective jurisdictions. Sub-partners are organisations which have specialised knowledge and understanding of issues which are central to the Drifting Apart Project.

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council (Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark)
The Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Cavan County Council
Geological Survey of Ireland

Reykjanes Aspiring Geopark
Saga Geopark Project
University Centre of South Iceland

Geopark Shetland
Lochaber & North West Highlands Geopark
Stonehammer Geopark
Cabox Aspiring Geopark
Newbrunswick Museum
Newfoundland Department of Natural Resources

Magma Geopark
Geological Survey of Norway
Trofjell Geopark Project

A further two associate partners are linked with the Drifting Apart project as a whole; Faroese Directorate of Earth and Energy and the Northern Ireland Environment Agency.