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.
Newtown Castle trail
1 July 2017
Come and join us reopening up a lovely 1/2km trail behind the Newtown Castle for use by the general public.
Burrenbeo Trust July Walk
2 July 2017
‘Summer Flowers and Pollinators of the Burren’ With Dara Stanley
Áitbheo Course – Using your local place as a teaching resource
3 July 2017 - 7 July 2017
Burrenbeo Trust are running a 5-day summer course.
Burrenbeo Trust Centre
Have your say on the future for farming in the Burren
13 July 2017
What’s the future for farming in the Burren? – have your say!
Áitbheo Junior Applications Flood in
26th June 2017
There has been great interest from local schools looking to participate in Áitbheo Junior in the 2017/2018 school year.
Burren Programme wins Green Award
31st May 2017
A massive congratulations to the farming for conservation Burren Programme who won the prestigious EU Green Award for the whole of Europe for their work in nature and biodiversity last night. There were 4300 projects in total to select from and they won!! This was the only Irish project that was shortlisted. Judges cited this […]
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