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.
Burrenbeo Snapshot March 2021
1st February 2021
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Burrenbeo Trust seeks support to help restore an ‘almost lost’ native pine tree to the Burren
4th December 2020
We are excited to announce the launch of ‘The Burren Pine Project‘ , a new initiative that gives individuals and businesses the opportunity to help restore the native pine tree which once dominated the Burren landscape, but is now on the brink of extinction, to the region. The beautiful Pinus sylvestris, thought to have died out […]
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