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.
Dusk Chorus Walk
29 May 2019
With Nuala Lynch and Tom Lynch
Burren in Bloom
7 June 2019 - 9 June 2019
Bookings Now Open on www.burreninbloom.com
Lesser horseshoe bat site maintenance
22 June 2019
Like gardening? Then this is the event for you!
Ruan National School
2019 Áitbheo Training Course
1 July 2019 - 5 July 2019
Are you interested in learning how to use local landscape as a teaching resource? Come join us for an immersive week-long training course in place-based education.
Nominations now open for Farming For Nature Award 2019
19th March 2019
The Farming For Nature Award 2019 is now open for nominations until 12th of May 2019. This award aims to source and share stories of farmers across Ireland who are judged to be managing their land and livestock in a way that benefits nature. Do you know someone that would fit this?
Fifteen community groups in Co. Clare begin training with Burrenbeo’s place-based learning programme
14th March 2019
Burrenbeo Trust’s Áitbheo training programme that has been so successful in the primary and secondary schools around the Burren is for the first time being made available to the grown-ups in the community. We are very excited to deliver this training with the support of Clare Local Development Company (CLDC) as a part of their […]
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