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.
Autumnal Healing Plants of the Burren
1 September 2019
Burrenbeo members are invited to a slow ramble with botanist Sinéad Keane through a mixed Burren Habitat.
Burren Winterage Weekend – save the date!
24 October 2019 - 27 October 2019
Save the date for the Burren Winterage Weekend, over the October bank holiday weekend.
Burren Winterage gets state recognition as Intangible Cultural Heritage
22nd July 2019
The unique farming practice of Winterage in the Burren has been officially included in the list of permanent National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage, recently launched by Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Josepha Madigan TD. This measure represents official State recognition of cultural practices all around Ireland and will serve to protect and […]
Áitbheo Primary students capture Kinvara’s past
25th June 2019
New graduates of Burrenbeo’s Áitbheo Primary programme 2019 from Kinvara National School have us in awe of their place based project they chose to undertake at the end of their course. They have produced a fascinating website examining various aspects of Kinvara’s past such as its history of farming, sport, festivals and local landmarks. The […]
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