Burren Beo Trust is landscape charity dedicated to connecting all of us to our places and our role in caring for them.
Woodlands of Ireland is an inclusive, membership organisation dedicated to native woodlands.
The primary objectives of Woodlands of Ireland are:
- to generate awareness of native woodlands amongst policy makers and the general public
- to develop projects and sustainable management strategies aimed at ensuring the future viability of native woodlands
Both objectives are often addressed together in a partnership format, especially through the implementation of flagship projects, training courses, technical publications, policy development and the provision of support at local level.
What work the Heritage Council is funding this year:
In 2016 the Heritage Council is part-funding the development and launch of a 5-year Native Woodland Strategy (see www.woodlandsofireland.com/publications); promotional activities re the application and uptake of the Forest Service Native Woodland Scheme, especially targeting high biodiversity value old/ancient woodlands and new native woodland establishment in sensitive catchments; a two-day Native Woodland training course to accredit Native Woodland practitioners working on the Native Woodland Scheme; participation on the Irish Deer Management Forum (IDMF) Steering Committee and its ‘Data Collection and Research’ Working Group of which WoI is a member; participation on the Irish Forum on Natural Capital as Steering Committee Chair and financial administrator.
The Burren Community Charter sets out a vision for the Burren Where a high quality of life is enjoyed by all
Irish Landmark is a non-profit organisation that finds interesting and unusual properties that are in need of conservation, and gives them new life.