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The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD, has announced the opening of Tranche 2 of the Burren Programme for applications from interested farmers. Over 200 farmers were accepted into the Scheme [...]
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 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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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
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 [...]
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 [...]