please click on the link below to see whats happening at the Enniscoe Biodiversity Blitz 2018
biodiversity flyer (print ready)
Please forward to. Friends, Individuals, Organisations, Parents, Relatives with Children for fun/safe once in a lifetime learning experience with Nature.
Wild Pollinators along River Glore
19 August, 3pm – 4pm
- Karina Dingerkus, Giorria Environmental Services
- Glore Mill, Kiltimagh
- Co. Mayo
Come and join us for a walk along the River Glore, and learn a little about our wild Irish Pollinators (bees, butterflies and other insects).
Admission & Booking
- Admission Free
- to book contact 0863620928 or email@example.com
Impact Mayo Rivers on Mayo
22 August, 12pm – 2pm
- Glore Mill Centre For Sustainable Biodiversity, Energy, Living, & Inland Fisheries Ireland
- Glore Mill Centre for Sustainable Biodiversity, Energy, Living
- Co. Mayo
Talk/Walk Impact Mayo Rivers and Nature have on how, where, we live, work and play in Mayo. Health of Nature determines.defines Human Health on how we live, work and play. As Nature is we Are.
Talk/Walk demonstrating how Mayo Rivers and Nature determine how, where, we live work and play. How health of Nature defines/determines our health. Our health and health of nature are one and same. Presented by Declan Cooke of Inland Fisheries Ireland. Protecting/Saving Biodiversity of land, water, plants, animals is protecting/saving ourselves.
Why nature is good for you
25 August, 8pm – 11:30pm
- Glore mill Centre for Sustainability
- Glore Mill Sustainability Centre, Kiltimagh
- Co. Mayo
Join Caitriona Carlin, NEAR Health, NUI Galway who will talk about how nature can benefit health and wellbeing. She will lead a walk along the Glore River to see or hear bats in flight.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. This walk is in conjunction with Galway Bat Group.
Ward Agricultutal Consultants and the ACA are holding a Knowlege Transfer National event on the 27th July in Ballylahan, Straide.
A National Event is where a Agricultural Consultants hold an open farm evening, trying to promote a better understanding of a particular subject. In this case Ward Agricultutal Consultants and the ACA are pushing for a better understanding of soil and how it works, its microbiology, compaction and how to improve both.
We are expecting over 100 local farmers to turn up on the night.
The details are
Friday 27th July 2018
6.30pm to 8.30pm
KT National Event
Straide Co Mayo
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