Burrenbeo Trust celebrates Heritage Week

St. Patrick’s hall in Corofin, Co.Clare and a few locations in the surrounding Burren area will be the venues for a day long programme of events celebrating community action for Heritage on Saturday 20th of August.

Burrenbeo initiative’s second call for applications

Landowners and farmers based in Co. Clare who want to make more space for nature on their land are invited to apply for the Phase 2 call of The Hare’s Corner initiative.

National pilot ‘Heritage Keepers’ programme launched

Minister of State at the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Malcolm Noonan, joined Virginia Teehan, Chief Executive of The Heritage Council, Maria Walsh, Heritage in Schools Project Manager and Mary Dillon, Community Programmes Manager with Burrenbeo Trust to launch ‘Heritage Keepers’, a new pilot national Place Based Learning and Stewardship initiative.

Burren Beo launches The Hare’s Corner

A new pilot project in Co. Clare to help landowners make a little more space for nature - by creating mini-woodlands, ponds, and orchards on their land.

New Burren children’s book reveals unique farming tradition

The unique farming heritage of the Burren has been the subject of many scientific papers but, for the first time, it has inspired a children’s story written from the first-hand experiences of a Burren farmer.

Burrenbeo Christmas talk on Scots pine in the Burren

Burrenbeo's Tea Talk in December will focus on the history of Scots Pine in Ireland with a particular focus on the Burren.

Burrenbeo Farm Walk with Vinnie Keane

Burrenbeo will host it's monthly members’ walk with local farmer Vinnie Keane.

Learn from landscapes in the Burren this March

The 8th year of the Burrenbeo Trust Learning Landscape Symposium which will be held in and around Kinvara, Co. Galway from the 8th-10th March is shaping up to be the best year yet.

Feature – Stories & Conversations – for a Healthy...

Between climate change, plastic waste and biodiversity loss nationally and globally it's easy to feel disheartened. However all around County Clare there are groups and individuals working hard to make the world a better place.