The Tree Council of Ireland is NGO and its primary objective is promote Tree Planting, Management and Conservation. We are aware of the issues being raised about the Bus Connects Project and the threat of trees being felled. While we do not get involved in specific issues, we are concerned that before trees are removed […]
Minister Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran T.D. was on hand to plant a tree to mark the start of National Tree Week 2019. This year’s theme is about encouraging the public to Plan for our Planet. By doing something as simple as planting a tree everyone can play a role in combating climate change.
On March 28th Eanna Ní Lamhna visited the woodlands at Boora restored cutaway bog with the schoolchildren from St Kierans School in Broughall Co Offaly.
The Tree Council of Ireland with the support of Tetra Pak have 1,000 sapling trees to give away. The Guelder Rose is one of our lesser known native deciduous trees. It grows in dampish areas in hedges and small woods. It is a small tree, growing to a maximum of 4 metres. It bears discs […]
Join us for Tree Day 2018 this October 4th. Visit treeday.ie for more!
Photos from Miriam McCormick at Kilnaleck Cupla Focal Club.