Category: <span>Conservation at Kilclief</span>

Category: Conservation at Kilclief

Unveiling the State of Nature 2023: Northern Ireland’s Environmental Challenges

The State of Nature Report 2023 is a testament to the dedicated efforts of thousands of volunteers and experts who monitor and record the United Kingdom’s biodiversity. RSPB provided the secretariat to 60 partner organisations to collate data from the UK and the comprehensive report paints a stark picture of …

A New Botanical Discovery at Killard National Nature Reserve

Nature enthusiasts and botany lovers, brace yourselves for a delightful surprise! An orchid species named the Autumn Lady’s-Tresses – Spiranthes spiralis was found at Killard National Nature Reserve in Northern Ireland. This remarkable discovery is very exciting for the botany community and what a beautiful wildflower it is! The Discovery …

Preserving Medicinal Heritage: Seed Conservation with St. Anne’s Physic Garden

The St. Anne’s Physic Garden is a joint initiative between the Irish Register of Herbalists (IRH) and Dublin City Council Parks Department. The garden was created to showcase traditional medicinal herbs and allow the public access to these wonderful healing plants. The aim of IRH is to facilitate further education for the public on …

Inspiring Workplace Engagement for Environmental Causes

In a world where urbanisation and industrialisation have altered our natural landscapes, it is increasingly important to come together and take proactive steps to protect and preserve our environment. We hope you take this experience as inspiration to encourage your workplace to implement similar initiatives! The Power of Teamwork The …

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