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Burrenbeo Trust December newsletter

A packed full newsletter awaits you, looking back over the success of the Burren Winterage Festival and looking forward to many events in 2017.  This newsletter includes the Bord Bia Origin Green Farming for Conservation [...]

Possible Christmas present……

"Archaeological Excavations in Moneen Cave: insights into Bronze Age and post-medieval life in the west of Ireland" by Dr. Marion Dowd, IT Sligo. Marion Dowd’s book detailing the excavations in Moneen Cave, has just been [...]

Burren Programme Advisor Contact List

All contact details for fully trained Burren Programme Advisors can be found here

Burren News and Events November 2016

All the news and events around the Burren, as the nights draw in but there's still lots to do out there!  Check out Burrenbeo's newsletter here  

Tranche 2 applications for Burren Programme – Closing Date 25th October 2016!

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 [...]

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 [...]