On February 13th, a conference was held in Ballina, hosted by Mayo County Council, called ‘The Plight of Pollinators’. Project Officer Juanita Browne and four other speakers covered the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan; research on the effects of pesticides (Dr Dara … Continued
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Our new 16-page How-to-guide for schools offers simple steps to help you to create your own Pollinator Plan for your school. Download here: How-to-guide: Develop a Pollinator Plan for your school … Continued
The AIPP annual review for 2017 has been published. Huge thanks to all of our partners for providing their annual updates. Thankfully, it has been another very positive year! Of the 81 actions in the Plan, 91% are now … Continued
‘COUNCILS: Making room for Biodiversity and the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan’ Conference planned for 6 March 2018 If you are a Local Councillor, Planner, Landscape Architect, Heritage Officer, Sustainability Officer, Biodiversity Officer or Parks and Gardens Staff, please save the date for … Continued
Sincere thanks to Bernadette Guest, Heritage Officer with Waterford City & County Council, and Filmmaker Peter Cutler from CrowCragProductions.com for making this lovely video about protecting Pollinators on farmland. This video was funded through the Creative Ireland Initiative.
September 2017: Our new ‘Farmland Guidelines: Actions to help pollinators’ were launched on Wednesday, September 20th 2017, at the National Ploughing Championships, by Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Andrew Doyle TD. Download the … Continued
August 2017: Geashill win Pollinator Award at National TidyTowns Awards At the National TidyTowns awards on Monday August 25th, Geashill won first place for the Local Authority ‘Let’s Get Buzzing’ Pollinator Award. There were 70 entries in this year’s award and … Continued
This year’s Green Flag for Parks Awards saw the introduction of the Pollinator Project Award for those parks that have made a specific effort to support local pollinators or to promote their importance. This award is jointly run by An Taisce and the … Continued
April 2017: Our fourth How-to-Guide is now available for download: Creation and management of a wildflower meadow. This guide was produced in collaboration with EcoSeeds, and provides the key information you’ll need to plan a successful, pollinator-friendly wildflower project.
March 2017: Our online mapping system for tracking the build-up of pollinator-friendly habitat throughout the landscape, Actions for Pollinators, has been released! If you have taken pollinator friendly actions in your garden please register for the site and log your … Continued