Free events as part of National Heritage Week The nationwide Heritage Week, between the 19th-27th August, gives people the chance to learn more about the vastly important natural and cultural heritage there is throughout Ireland. There are hundreds of events happening for all age groups and the majority of them are FREE to attend! As […]
Landscape charity, Burrenbeo Trust, are seeking a suitable person to fill a post based in the Burrenbeo Trust offices in Kinvara, Co.Galway, for between 16-24 hours a week depending on skillset. The Burrenbeo Trust is a non-profit organisation striving for the future sustainable management of the Burren region through conservation, education, information provision, advocacy and […]
A great group of farmers and people interested in the future for farming in the Burren came together in Kilfenora on the 13th July as part of HNV-Link: Innovation for High Nature Value Farming to put forward thoughts and ideas on a vision going forward. Groups considered their future vision for farming in the Burren […]
There has been great interest from local schools looking to participate in Áitbheo Junior in the 2017/2018 school year.
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 […]
We’ve had a really busy few months on the education side of things working in variety of different settings with young people from the area (and further afield!).
In order to celebrate the annual arrival of the Burren’s world famous wildflowers Burrenbeo Trust organised the Burren in Bloom festival running from the 19th May to the 4th June, with 13 separate events over the first weekend. Although it is still running over the next few weeks we wanted to take this opportunity to […]
Bookings are filling up!! Teacher Training Summer Courses 2017 Áitbheo Trainers: Using your local place as a teaching resource WHEN: 3rd-7th July or 17th – 21st July 2017, Kinvara & the Burren The objective of this course is to provide primary schoolteachers, other educators, and people with an interest in their local place and community with […]
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 […]
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?