Walk to retrace Prince Charles’ Burren ramble.

The Clare Herald. 23rd June 2015. Tourists will this weekend be able to walk in the footsteps of Prince Charles, who made a historic a visit to County Clare last month. Prince Charles fulfilled a [...]

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 [...]

Prince Charles visits Nagle family farm in Carron, by Nicola Corless, The Clare Champion

See Original Article His Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales, expressed his desire to return to the Burren in the future and invited two North Clare farmers to come to his estate in Norfolk, [...]

Royal Visit to Flagship Conservation Project

Photographs kindly supplied by photographer Eamon Ward His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in his first ever visit to the west of Ireland, spent the opening day of his historic visit exploring the [...]

European Diploma for Protected Areas (EDPA) celebrates 50 years

The Council of Europe’s EDPA award celebrates its 50th birthday in 2015. To acknowledge this important milestone, a number of events will take place this year in the Burren, Ireland’s only EDPA recipient. Download a [...]

BFCP Year 5 Summary Report

BFCP are pleased to report on another successful year of the pioneering programme for the Burren which saw 158 local farmers conduct conservation work on their farms, contributing to a positive impact on environmental health [...]

The farmer and the ecologist should be friends

There’s a very common notion, and a distinctly toxic one, that the relationship between farming and nature conservation in Ireland is necessarily and mutually destructive. Farmers destroy the environment, right? And conservationists would stop farmers [...]

EU acknowledges BurrenLIFE good practice in results-based rural development

Ireland’s BurrenLIFE project (LIFE04 NAT/IE/000125) has produced innovations in results-based approaches to agri-environment action that have been highlighted as good practice by EU rural development authorities. This accolade comes from the first phase of a [...]