What we do
We engage with local and visiting communities, old and young, to generate a sense of informed pride in their heritage and landscape.
We work directly and indirectly, alone and with other organisations, to conserve the natural and cultural heritage of the Burren
We develop and share knowledge of best practice in active community stewardship, place-based and community-based learning.
Farmers, naturalists, poets and more come together to celebrate the Bloomin’ Burren
4th April 2017
The annual arrival of the Burren’s world famous wildflowers is truly spectacular – the Burrenbeo Trust’s Burren in Bloom festival is a celebration of this, opening the magic of this landscape to all. Running from 19th May to the 4th June with the majority of events from the 19th-21st May, Burren in Bloom 2017 will […]
Connecting People and Place in the Burren
31st January 2017
How do we develop our sense of place? What are the potential implications of disconnection from place? Are there ways that local place and community resources can be incorporated into education and learning?
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