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Burren Winterage School 2016

Working with Nature: a Farmer-centred Approach 27th-29th Oct 2016 Kilfenora, Co.Clare Following on from last year's very successful Burren Winterage School, this year's event promises to be a great few days of talks, workshops and [...]

The Burren Winterage School, October 27th – 29th 2016

The annual Burren Winterage Weekend festival will take place this year from October 27th - 30th. This unique celebration of pastoral farming and its rich legacy of natural and cultural heritage will feature the winterage [...]

Burren news and events September 2016

The summer is over, the swallows are flying away, but there are still lots to do around the Burren region during the month of September.  Burrenbeo monthly e-newsletter is full of activities for September and [...]

Visit to Burren by Commissioner Phil Hogan

On Monday, August 29th, we were delighted to host a visit from the European Commissioner for Agriculture, Phil Hogan.  Michael John Moroney pictured here telling the Commissioner what being part of the Burren Programme means [...]

What a busy month August is in the Burren!

An extremely busy month in the Burren this August. Burrenbeo Trust and Burren Conservation Volunteers are hosting a weekend-long event celebrating active conservation volunteering entitled Working for Wellbeing of People and Place on 12th to 13th [...]

Burren’s first conservation volunteering event: Working for Wellbeing of People and Places: Celebrating Active Conservation Volunteering

Burrenbeo Conservation Volunteers firmly believe in community-led conservation practices – training and upskilling on the conservation of the local built, natural and cultural heritage, connecting with others and sharing the work load.  This year the [...]

Burren news and events July 2016

My but the months are rushing along, it's almost July already!  To help you get planning for things to do during those summer holidays, take a look at Burrenbeo Trust's July newsletter

Fields of magic on trip to the Burren, by Miriam Lord, Irish Times

See Original Article The nature-loving royal visitor was in a very special place, and he knew it What do you give a man who has everything (Apart from the monarchy, obviously)? A stick. Britain’s [...]

Prince Charles visits Burren farm during his visit to Ireland, by The Farmers Journal

See Original Article On his visit to Ireland, Prince Charles chose to spend his opening afternoon in the limestone landscape of the Burren where he spoke to a local farmer about the Burren Life [...]

Prince Charles fulfils lifelong dream with his historic visit to the Burren, by Caroline Crawford, Irish Independent

See Original Article It was a day of historic firsts for Prince Charles, who set a tone of reconciliation from the outset. His visit to the West of Ireland was dominated by intense focus [...]