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
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 […]
We are so proud to share the news that our very own Burren farmers, the father and son pair Pat and Oliver Nagle have been declared winners of the Farming Together for Biodiversity Award at the National Biodiversity Conference that took place in Dublin Castle on 20th and 21st Februray 2019.
**Information sessions 14th -21st January in Scarriff, Kilrush, Ennis and Lisdoonvarna** 2019 brings an exciting new development in the Áitbheo (‘Living Place’) work of the Burrenbeo Trust. The Áitbheo Community Programme will provide a unique opportunity for community groups to take part in place-based learning. We’re continuing to build on the pioneering work of the […]
On Saturday last, December 8th a very special celebration was held in Tubber Village Hall, on the Galway Clare border. Ten years to the day since the official launch of local landscape charity Burrenbeo Trust, founding directors, members, volunteers and Burrenbeo Trust supporters gathered to mark the amazing achievements of the past ten years. Over […]
Inspiring relationships between farming and nature are at the heart of the Burren Winterage weekend from the 25th to the 28th of October in Gort, Kinvara and the Burren region. For farmers in the Burren, the turning of autumn to winter is marked by an intriguing, age-old agricultural practice, but one that is of crucial […]
This week NUI Galway announced that Burrenbeo Trust co-founder Brendan Dunford is one of four individuals to be conferred with Honorary Degrees at the 2018 Autumn Conferring. The four individuals to be conferred during the week of 15 October are: Catherine Corless, local historian, campaigner on behalf of survivors and deceased of the Tuam Mother and […]
Burrenbeo Trust’s Áitbheo Primary programme has gotten off to a great start this new academic term. Students in Boston and Gort National School have started the 9 week place-based learning course, which encourages and facilitates them looking at their local place and their role in it’s future. Over the coming weeks, the students will consider […]
Would you like to support the work of the Burrenbeo Trust by joining our voluntary Executive Committee or Board? Or are you an experienced educator with a passion for place-based learning? If so, please click to view our Burrenbeo Trust Get Involved Form. Information on the opportunities currently available is provided on the form. Burrenbeo Trust […]
In the run up to our 10th anniversary in December, Burrenbeo Trust would love to hear from you! We invite all our members, volunteers and friends to complete a short online survey – in this way you can let us know what you think of our work to date and also share your suggestions with […]