Organiser: The Heritage Council
The Heritage Councl and its Partners: Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland, Irish Landscape Institute, Irish Planning Institute, Royal Town Planning Institute are running A Pilot CPD Training Module: Introduction to...
Organiser: Europa Nostra
Europa Nostra UK conference being held in Belfast in September 2009, in conjunction with the School of Geography at Queen’s University, on the topic of “The cultural landscape and cultural identity”..
Organiser: Meath Heritage
Meath Landscape and People Seminar being held in Trim Castel Hotel on Saturday 11 July 2009
The CPD Training Course will be held on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th September 2009, Spanish Point and Tulla, County Clare
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is pleased to announce that it will be holding its first literary festival called Mountains to the Sea which will take place in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin September 10-13, 2009.
Organiser: Heritage Council
Tullamore, Co. Offaly, October 2009
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd September 2010. Spanish Point and Tulla, County Clare. May course 80% booked!
Wednesday 26th & Thursday 27th May 2010
Multi-Disciplinary CPD Training Workshop
Spanish Point and Tulla, County Clare
Agriculture and Food Science Building, University College Dublin. Thursday, 7th October 2010 at 8pm. All welcome.
Thursday 17th March 2011 , London
in association with GreenSpace London 9th and 10 March 2011
The Annual Augustine Henry Forestry Lecture. Thursday, 10th March 2011 at 7.30pm, Royal Dublin Society, Ballsbridge, Dublin.
Conference: May 27th / 28th. Trinity College Dublin
Cultural heritage for economic development, social cohesion and environmental conservation
Dr Liam Lysaght, Director of the National Biodiversity Data Centre, will launch the results of the new study on Monday 23rd January 2012 at 3pm in the Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.
The agenda for the inaugural workshop of this series is now available. The workshop will take place on Saturday, 3rd March 2012 at NUI, Galway.
3rd May, Glasnevin. The forum programme will include an update from Invasive Species Ireland and talks covering the freshwater, marine and terrestrial environments.
24th March, Dublin. This seminar aims to increase public awareness of Ireland’s fascinating geoheritage and will examine the diversity of projects taking place in Ireland.
This presentation will address the importance of the Irish landscape for tourism, what our overseas tourists think of our landscape and how some of our best views are actually our best kept secrets!
21st April, Kerry. Following on from the outstanding success of the Galway event the Heritage Council is pleased to announce the details of the next workshop in the series which will take place in Listowel, Co. Kerry.
Step into Spring and join in the exciting programme of outdoor events throughout the month of April for the Kilkenny Walking Festival.
The programme for the Sliabh Aughty Gathering has been announced and includes contributions from artists, musicians and historians.
A number of national and international speakers will be sharing their expertise at a major conference, May 17th & 18th at the Clifden Station House, Connemara.
Speakers include Prof. John Feehan, Aidan O'Sullivan - Archaeologist, Conor McDermott - Archaeologist, Gerry Ryan - Bord na Mona, Paddy Egan (WHI) and Harry Hall (WHI).
The Irish Landscape Institute Public Lecture Series 2012 continues with a lecture on recycled / reused / reinvented lands.
A Heritage Council supported 4-Day symposium with leading international and national experts in place-based education.
7 October, Nationwide - Hit the Trails!
28 September - 7 October, Nationwide - You're invited to participate in the LANDLIFEWEEK, a campaign aimed to promote events throughout Europe to raise awareness about the importance of care for the earth and its wealth of...
27-28 September, Oxford - The symposium will bring together over 25 speakers presenting the latest research and developments in biodiversity technologies that are used in wide variety of settings and applications.
21-23 September, Co. Galway - 3-day comprehensive stone-wall workshop with talks and workshops by experts in the field.
21-23 September, Co. Cork - Landscapes across Europe were transformed as a result of the conversion to Christianity and the development of ecclesiastical structures during the early medieval period. This conference will seek to...
18 September, Dublin - Professor Brian Fagan takes us on a journey through the history of the complex relationship between humans and water over the past 10,000 years.
15 September, Co. Waterford - An in-depth look at water power in metal mining.
13-14 September, Co. Wicklow - Helping the Hills is a two-day conference on the management of upland path erosion, hosted by Mountaineering Ireland.
21 September, Co. Cavan. This workshop series is generating an increased awareness of the opportunities for enterprise and business development based on Ireland's unique local heritage.
We're back for the first time since 2008 so please come and visit us at Stand #326, Row K, Block 2... opposite the National Ploughing Association Headquarters.
26th-28th October 2012, Co. Clare. The Burren Winterage Weekend is a community-led event celebrating the unique farming tradition of the Burren, supported by the Heritage Council.
National Tree Day takes place on Thursday 11th October 2012. Crann would encourage everyone to plant a tree this week to celebrate!
10th Nov, Co. Laois. Speakers will include Jacqui Donnelly (Dept of Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht) on Energy Efficiency in Historic buildings, Richard McLoughlin of Lotts Architecture on How to Write a Conservation Report and...
Nov 27th, Dublin. The conference will be launched by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Naoise Ó Muirí, & the keynote address will be given by Dr. Kongjian Yu, Doctor of Design at Harvard GSDM & Professor and Dean, College of Architecture &...
20th Dec, Co. Meath. The Inaugural 'Solstice at Slane' Lecture will be delivered by Dr Frank Prendergast, Ireland's leading authority on archaeoastronomy.
With a range of innovative speakers representing commercial success, social enterprise, voluntary and public sector partnerships, participants will be stimulated to participate in discussions to explore new ways of thinking, new...
13th Dec, Dublin. Alison Harvey, Planning Officer at the Heritage Council, will give a presentation on the National Landscape Strategy.
Recently a new bridge was installed over the Athea Road at Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick to provide access to the latest 3km of the Great Southern Trail (GST). The GST will host the first walk along the new route on Thursday 27th...
22-23 March 2013. Dresden, Germany. This international colloquium will address basic parameters and experiences from different geographic, political, economic and cultural contexts.
5th Feb Dublin. The aim of this seminar is to bring together the various tree-related interests to review and increase understanding of the threats to our trees and forests and to provide a forum to discuss practical and...
14th-16th May, Co. Mayo. This conference will bring together experts, representing national and international organisations, to share information and exchange ideas on current and possible future approaches to rewilding modified...
For the first time, a 'Medieval Castle Study Week' will be held in Co. Offaly during the week of Monday 13th to Friday 17th May 2013.
8th-11th April, Galway. The primary objective of the conference is to provide a forum where international scientists, policy makers and stakeholders will address designated themes with a view to informing management and policy...
6th March, Co. Wicklow. Join tree experts from Crann, Ireland's leading tree organisation, for an expert guided walk on the trees in Powerscourt Gardens.
21st February: This talk considers the challenge facing humankind world-wide and how we as landscape architects can help adapt our ways of living so that our grandchildren can continue to live on planet earth with clean air and...
National Tree Week is an annual, week-long festival celebrating all positive aspects of trees in our lives and environment. The primary aim of National Tree Week is to encourage people to plant more trees.
9th & 10th May- Over the past few years the extent and quality of information available from satellites, airborne laser scanning (LiDAR) and aerial photography has grown exponentially. This two day conference brings together a...