The Irish Landmark Trust creates an awareness, appreciation and understanding of Ireland’s built inheritance. This is achieved through saving important examples of buildings at risk of being lost, and after conservation/ restoration giving them a new purpose as holiday homes. This new use brings them back into a wider public awareness.
The Discovery Programme is an all-island centre for archaeology and heritage science.
Burren Beo Trust is landscape charity dedicated to connecting all of us to our places and our role in caring for them.
The National Biodiversity Data Centre is a national organisation which collects and manages data on Ireland’s biodiversity in order to document our wildlife resource and to track how it is changing over time.
The Burren Community Charter sets out a vision for the Burren Where a high quality of life is enjoyed by all
Woodlands of Ireland is an inclusive, membership organisation dedicated to native woodlands.
The Irish Upland Forum (IUF) is a voluntary body to assist upland communities to face the many economic, social and environmental challenges arising in the upland districts of Ireland.
The IAI is the representative all-island organisation for professional archaeologists working in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Wicklow Uplands Council is an independent voluntary organisation representing over 50 diverse member groups and individuals in the Wicklow Uplands.
BIPG is a community group working to sustain the island population through the creation of employment, promoting community initiatives and supporting local businesses.
The EFNCP is a Europe-wide network which raises awareness of the importance of low-intensity livestock farming.
HNVS is responsible for the administration of the Burren Programme, an agri-environment scheme that promotes conservation of the region’s heritage, environment and communities.
The ICRI promotes the conservation and restoration of Ireland’s cultural heritage.
The IMA is an all-Ireland professional body dedicated to the promotion and development of museums