Tree Day 2016 was celebrated on Thursday October 6th. RTÉ’s News2Day featured a report on the importance of this day. Check it out here
From The Observer: Robin McKie Observer science editor A £1.2m project to recruit thousands of walkers and other members of the public to help save Britain’s ash trees is to be launched on Monday. The aim of the AshTag project is to use “citizen science” to pinpoint trees that are resistant to ash dieback disease. […]
On Friday 13th of May, 100 years and one day after the execution of James Connelly, a Giant Redwood was planted in his memory in the grounds of the hospital in Blanchardstown named in his honour. This is to match a somewhat older and bigger Sequoiadendron giganteum in the centre of the entrance roundabout to […]
Tree Council President Kevin Hutchinson planted a tree in memory of Patrick and Willie Pearse in St Enda’s Park on the 100th anniversary of their execution. The ceremony was jointly organised with Dr Matthew Jebb, Director of the Botanic Gardens. Below, Kevin with some descendants of the Pearse family
As part of the ESB Tree Week events a Tree of Hope, in memory of those who have taken their one lives, was planted in the grounds of Rathfarnham Castle.
Local Garristown and Ballyboughal children on a Ballyboughal Hedgerow Society Walk on 6 March. The movement founded by Ann Lynch in 1999 to inform and educate in the biodiversity/amenity value of hedges. Monthly walks are organised – at present trees are being planted along Sli Na Sceacha- a way marked way near Ballyboughal through farmland. […]